Hafeez M. Saheed
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER • MANAGER • INSTRUCTOR
LECTURER • RADIO HOST • CRICKET PLAYER
Hafeez has extensive experience in all facets of commercial and content production. His production experience began at Saatchi & Saatchi where he worked on major brands including Procter & Gamble and General Mills. In 2009 he joined Nickelodeon Creative Advertising as Head of Production.
He has worked with a wide range of talent from Beyoncé to SpongeBob and has spanned the globe producing commercials from New York to New Zealand.
He has served on Shoot Magazine's New Directors Showcase and The Montreal Effects Festival panels and the One Club's Young Ones and Telly Awards jury, and has spoken at the Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication at University of Georgia.
Hafeez has worked on several short films and won awards for his short film work. He also teaches advertising content production courses, 'Production In Motion,' at the School of Visual Arts in New York.
To satisfy his love of music Hafeez produces and hosts Feezable Tracks for Harpswell Community Radio in Maine.
Education: Master of Science, St. John's University
Bachelor of Arts, Hunter College
Brands: Samsung, Walmart, Nestle, Stouffer’s, T. Rowe Price, OneMain Financial, Sharpie, Elmer’s and Krazy Glue,
Cheerios, Old Spice, Toyota, Betty Crocker, Tide, Nationwide, Topps, Yoplait, Green Giant, Reese’s, GoGurt.
"As an advertising development manager for The Procter & Gamble Co., the world's largest advertiser, I worked with dozens, if not hundreds, of advertising agency producers over many years. Hafeez was one of the best."
-Robert Brooks, Entrepreneur
"Hafeez is fantastic to work with. He is on top of every detail and makes production a pleasure. Problems are fixed before they happen and everyone loves him.
I consider myself very lucky to have worked with Hafeez and hope to again in the future.. "
Senior Art Director /ACD
"He is the "consummate production professional." With a proven ability to lead creative teams to produce award winning work across many budgets ranges and logistical challenges."
Northern Lights Post