With captivating and emotionally resonant content creation at its center, Ant Farm is uniquely positioned to push the boundaries of technology, creativity, and innovation in order to deliver not just memorable advertisements but unforgettable experiences.
Since its founding in 1996, Ant Farm has prided itself on building a veritable playground for its clients that nurtures original ideas, spontaneity, and the creative impulse. Acclaimed as a leading, full-service entertainment and advertising agency, Ant Farm employs a collective of specialists including storytellers, strategists and artists with large-scale production resources to create, market and distribute content for its diverse client portfolio of major brands and top entertainment companies.
However, Ant Farm’s work does not stop at the office door – it extends into the local community to form a long-standing tradition of supporting charitable organizations such as “A Place Called Home,” “The Epilepsy Foundation,” “LA Family Housing,” “Big Brothers/Big Sisters,” and the “Good Shepard Shelter.” Philanthropy is and always will be an integral part of Ant Farm’s culture, encouraging team members to contribute their time, talent, and resources to making a positive impact.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, Ant Farm is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Omnicom, an inter-connected global network of leading marketing communications companies, comprised of the best talent, creativity, and technology, serving some of the world's most iconic and successful brands in a 24/7/365 world.
"Within these walls everyone has a voice and the power to create change making this an incredibly exciting and dynamic place to be. We embrace curiosity, innovation and the highest standards… so expect the best."
"It's not hard to imagine how Ant Farm continually works on many of the biggest brands in entertainment. We have the best talent out there, and together they create some of the most memorable campaigns in the industry."
Co‑President/Executive Creative Director
"I’m amazed by the passion, energy and creativity of my co-workers every day. From people I’ve been in the trenches with for over 15 years, to up-and-coming editors, artists and writers, it’s my Ant Farm family that makes this such an inspiring place to work. (Also, sometimes people send us cookies and cupcakes.)"