VANCOUVER, June 29, 2011 /CNW/ - Intelimax Media Inc. ("Intelimax" or the "Company") (OTCQB:IXMD) is pleased to announce the
appointment of Mr. Jimmy Smith to the Company's Advisory Board. Mr.
Smith joins gamboozle.com creator James Marshall on the Advisory Board effective immediately.
"We are extremely excited to have such an accomplished Director, Writer
and Producer joining our Advisory Board. The Company is building a
solid team of industry leaders in the entertainment business, to
command the company's soon to be launched "social media experience"
website portal gamboozle.com;" said Glenn Little, President & CEO.
About Jimmy Smith
Mr. Smith or Jimmy (Creative Director, Writer, Producer) has found
writing his own bio and referring to himself in the third person kind
of weird, particularly the part where he's supposed to list all of his
accomplishments. Listing his accomplishments has always made him feel
like he was bragging or boasting or something. It would be different if
he had accomplished as much as, say, Muhammad Ali, because then it
wouldn't be boasting.
But right now he's only begun to make some noise. He's written two
books. His first was "Soul of the Game." It was released in 1997 to
critical acclaim, and won a Gold Medal in the 1998 Stiftung Buchkunst
International Book Art Competition. It was voted among the "14 Most
Beautiful Books of the World" by the Copenhagen Museum of Applied Arts.
"Soul of the Game" was also featured at exhibitions held by the Chicago
Field Museum, The Basketball Hall of Fame, and the International Center
of Photography in New York City.
Unfortunately, a new copy of "Soul of the Game" is hard to get your
hands on, nowadays. It's sold out.
His second book is actually a graphic novel that comes with a music CD.
It's called "The Truth." It was published in 1999. If you're into deep,
provocative, and revolutionary thoughts, Jimmy suggests that you check
it out by simply requesting a copy.
Jimmy writes for TV, too. He wrote a basketball documentary entitled
"Battlegrounds" for Nike that debuted on MTV in September 2003. It was
so successful that Nike and MTV requested a "Battlegrounds" TV series.
It ran during the summer of 2004. At the time, "Battlegrounds" was the
highest rated show in the history of MTV 2.
His second documentary film was the independent project, "Second Chance
Season." It debuted on ESPN2, September 24, 2008. Jimmy was the
Executive Producer of the film. The movie chronicled the journey of
Nick Young and his family as they strived to cope with and rise above
the senseless killing of Nick's oldest brother.
Jimmy was also blessed to work as the Creative Director on EA Sports'
video games, NBA Street 2 and 3. He did NOT develop the advertising for
the video game. He co-developed and co-created the actual product,
including the storyline and characters, plus helped secure the talent
for the game.
Mr. Smith is the Group Creative Director on Gatorade. Mr. Smith is
literally why Gatorade became G. In America and the world of sports,
the G logo is now just as recognizable as the Nike Swoosh.
His work with Gatorade for "Replay" was awarded the Best of Show in 2011
at the One Show Entertainment Awards, and by the ANDYs in 2010. Also
in 2010, "Replay" was recognized by the Cannes Lions International
Festival of Creativity. Winning both a PR and Promo & Activation Grand
Prix. In 2011 alone, "Replay" has won multiple golds at the AICP,
Clios, ANDYs, D&AD (Design & Art Direction) and One Show. In fact, the
only creative award show "Replay" hasn't won, was in 2010 when it was
nominated for the agency's first ever Sports EMMY Award. Fortunately,
Mr. Smith and his team handled the loss to the big boys of NBC, ESPN
and HBO with class and dignity. And then revelled in the fact that
they were nominated over CBS, ABC and Fox.
Before TBWA/CHIAT/DAY, Mr. Smith was EVP Executive Creative Director at
BBDO. He secured his first piece of business, Motorola, with his first
commercial for the agency. It was called "Phone Booth." The ad
featured Madonna, Little Richard, Iggy Pop, Bootsy Collins and even the
Notorious B.I.G (aka, Biggie Smalls). Mr. Smith also created the
wildly successful online mini-movie "Instant Def" for Snickers. It
starred Will.I.Am, Fergie, Apl and Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas as 1980s hip-hop super
dope, super heroes.
Prior to TBWA/CHIAT/DAY and BBDO, Mr. Smith worked at Nike's ad agency,
Wieden + Kennedy. His creations for Nike include LeBron James and
Bernie Mac starring in a church themed ad called, "Book of Dimes," the
hip-hop basketball, soccer and skateboarding ad classic, "Freestyle,"
and the "Funk" campaign that featured Dr. Funk (a.k.a., Vince Carter),
Bootsy Collins and Snoop Dogg. While at Wieden + Kennedy, Mr. Smith's
advertising work won numerous awards, including Cannes, Clio, Time
magazine's "Ad of the Year," British Television Advertising, D&AD, One
Show, Art Directors, Communication Arts and an Emmy nomination.
Finally, Mr. Smith was overjoyed to be recognized by two magazines in
2010 and 2011. Black Enterprise honored him with being one of the "Top
Executives in Marketing and Advertising," while the bible of hip-hop,
The Source magazine, recognized Mr. Smith as one of the 30 most
powerful people in hip-hop, right along with Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, Eminem,
Kanye West, Russell Simmons and Snoop Dogg. While none of these guys
can compare to Muhammad Ali, they ain't chopped liver, either.
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Intelimax Media Inc. (www.intelimax.com) is an Internet media services company focusing on online games, social
networking and web content. Using its' proprietary InteliGaming multi
player network, Intelimax offers subscription based gaming on its
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