NiteLite Pictures Executive Producer Harry Lowell is Today’s Honoree

Harry is the founder and Executive Producer of NiteLite Pictures.  He is an award-winning television producer whose innovative style and creative energy established his strong reputation for delivering quality projects for some of the biggest networks and advertising clients around.   Harry has an exceptional ability to remain true to the creative while navigating complex projects, timelines and budgets, whether it’s a network reality series or a Super Bowl commercial.

He began his career as a television commercial producer working with national, high-profile brands and advertising agencies, winning numerous awards including multiple Clio Awards, Chicago Film Festival Award, New York Fest Award, One Show, London Advertising Award and multiple TOP 10 Super Bowl ads including the #1 Super Bowl spot in 2016.

Harry expanded his television career while working with Disney producing theatrical trailers, television promos, commercials and pilots.  Since then he has developed and produced television episodes, series, pilots and specials for networks including Discovery Channel, Syfy, History Channel, truTV, ESPN, Oxygen Channel – with an emphasis on strong storytelling and compelling characters.

A Chicagoan at heart, Harry is a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and a hockey fan who resides in Los Angeles, California.

Visit http://www.nitelitepictures.com/about2-c313 for more information.

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