Sheri Radel Rosenberg


Freelance Art Buyer / Maven / Hired Help
(remember, contact info is for job opportunities only)


In a Nut Shell
As a former trend forecaster and lifelong observer, Sheri brings a fresh perspective to talent selection and loves looking for the unexpected as well as those tried and true talent who click with a brand and a campaign. She worked at CP+B for 7 years, and was head of Art Buying at Deutsch New York. A defender of great ideas, Sheri loves problem solving and equates her freelance career to that of Harvey Keitel as the Wolf in “Pulp Fiction”.  She’s always available to jump in, clean up a mess, and make great work.

She’s also a blogger of all things fashion and inspiration at and lives in Brooklyn with her husband and 9 pound terrier, who is lucky enough to be a natural blonde. She loves exploring the city and the world and loves the camaraderie of the production world. She’s freelanced with everyone you know, and then some and has worked on projects for Nike, VW, Microsoft, Google, Converse, and many more.

What Does She Do?
Under Construction

Website/Resume/Other Links
LinkedIn Profile
Blog Posts: Notes From a Rep’s Journal
Sheri’s Blog
Sheri’s Website

Where Does She Live and Where Would She Work?
Sheri is based in Brooklyn area have work? Will travel.  Happiest with work in New York, but willing to work remotely and in your office from just about anywhere.

What Are Some Fun Projects She Has Worked On? is merely a search tool. Heather Elder Represents, while providing this tool, has not vetted any of the freelancers.  Any experience Heather Elder Represents has with the freelancers personally is not shared on this site and booking a freelancer found here is done so knowing that appearing here is not an endorsement from Heather Elder Represents.

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