Bryan Mason was a co-founder of Typekit, a subscription-based service for using sophisticated typography on the web. Adobe acquired Typekit in 2011.
Prior to that, he was responsible for managing Adaptive Path business operations first as Chief Operating Officer. In 2006, Mason led the sale of Measure Map, a blog analytics tool, to Google. He currently serves as a member of Adaptive Path's Board of Directors.
He has just a ton of management experience, including work in special event production, political campaign management, and not-for-profit arts administration. His clients include the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, The White House, CMP Media Inc, and Lincoln Center Theater. His political work includes the campaigns of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY), New York Attorney General candidate Evan Davis, the Clinton/Gore and Obama/Biden campaigns.
He spent several years in New York City, working on-, off-, and no-where-near-Broadway. He managed Lincoln Center Theater's Directors Lab, was the Company Manager for six productions at Playwrights Horizons, and produced sold-out premiere productions at the Edinburgh and New York Fringe Festivals.
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