Owner, Chief Creative Officer
Prentice champions Door Number 3’s culture of challenging the status quo. Throughout his career, he has done the same for some of America’s most iconic brands including Minute Maid, The UPS Store, Anheuser-Busch and JBL. Prentice’s work has been recognized nationally and internationally in prestigious shows such as Cannes Lions, London International Advertising Awards, the Webby Awards and Communication Arts. What he loves most are his wife and two daughters. Underdogs rank pretty high on the list as well.
Alma mater: Southern Methodist University
Vice President I Client Engagement
With a strong client relations and management background, Karen keeps clients’ accounts running on time and on track. With 24 years of experience in business development, strategic planning, market research, branding, cause marketing, campaign execution, and special events, Karen has managed successful campaigns for local and international companies. She has the know-how and spirit for sustaining Door Number 3’s client-centric promise and empowering challenger brands.
Karen’s management experience at Door Number 3 includes Maine Root, Cirrus Logic, LBJ and NTE TEXpress Lanes, 5th & West, NorthStar Financial, LSO, Texas.gov, NIC USA and Centennial BANK.
Alma mater: University of Colorado Boulder
Vice President I Media Director
Alabama native Zach Cochran leverages his years of experience in media planning and buying to weave insights into strategies for our clients. His commitment to providing marketing ROI results in smart, integrated media plans that drive consumer behavior, from upper funnel awareness to lower funnel conversions. Prior to Door Number 3, Zach worked at New York City-based Mediacom, handling a variety of clients including Proctor & Gamble, M&M Mars, Heineken, UBS, GlaxoSmithKline, Lindt Chocolates, and Texas Mutual.
Alma mater: Auburn University
Executive Creative Director
A 25-year advertising veteran, Noah rose through the creative ranks in New York City with inspired work for global integrated brands like Oreo, Diet Coke, and Samsung. At Door Number 3, Noah brings a strategic approach and a purposeful eye to creative assignments large and small. His work has been featured in award annuals from Communication Arts to The One Show, even on the Super Bowl. And as a native Austinite, he couldn’t be happier to be doing what he loves in his hometown.
Alma mater: The University of Texas at Austin