Our Wingmen
Our Wingmen


NOCOAST, Wingman63’s premier production arm, is a unique treasure in the crowded production space. They are not just a crew for hire.  They seamlessly partner with Wingman63 and our clients, paying attention to every nuance on projects big and small.

Director Jesse R. Borrell and Livestream Director Tobin Voggesser have partnered with the Wingman63 principals for years and years collaborating on nearly 1000 pieces of content. The end product – from carefully crafted cinematic video and audio content to real-time livestream production – has  a magical formula that captures and harnesses light, sound and technology while generating emotion that creates the “lean in, listen hard” content that is authentic to both the storyteller and their audience.

Talent – big or small,a local business, or a major player – truly feels every bit the STAR, because of Nocoast’s impeccable attention to detail when shooting, recording,  executing a livestream, or simply setting up the environment for them to create.

David Goldberg

David wears multiple hats at Wingman63 from marketing to strategy to his ability as a writer and ghost author.  David is a seasoned marketing executive whose pioneering work more than set the table for the branded entertainment world of today.

Across several decades working domestically and internationally and leading the marketing function at Foot Locker and Taubman Centers,  he helped produce groundbreaking work in traditional advertising, branded television, live events, multi-platform content, brand partnership, athlete sponsorship, reatailtainment, experiential programming, digital, social, and other media.

He has authored/ghost authored seven books, and served as associate producer on Steph Curry’s feature documentary Jump Shot.  Recently, he collaborated on the book Guardian with Wingman63 co-founder Ben Garland.

Adrian Grezda

Adrian Grezda is a multidisciplinary Creative Director whose work encompasses brand identity, motion graphics, publications, packaging, advertising, and websites. He created websites for brands like Canon, Toshiba, Dow Jones, Verizon, Benjamin Moore and many more. With a Bachelor of Arts degree from Pace University and Master’s Degree from The Cooper Union, New York. He went on to work as Creative Director at Multimedia Solutions Inc. charged with designing for top companies like PR Newswire, Panasonic, Benjamin Moore, KPMG, Verizon, Prudential, Maersk, Unilever, Tiffany’s, and Siemens. He also served as Creative Director at Murphy & Co working on Accenture and Burson & Marsteller accounts and at Townsquare Media where he created the logo and was charged with rebranding over 100 radio stations throughout the country.

Adrian is the Owner/ Creative Director at Grezda Design Inc. a preferred vendor of Morgan Stanley.


An international award-winning director, Kennedy’s extensive body of creative work features all genres with episodic, commercials, music video, print, web and feature films. His career has taken him all around the world, shooting in more than 20 countries.

Kennedy’s directing career launched in music videos working with artists such as Snoop Dogg, Janelle Monae, De La Soul, Paul McCartney, Future, Lauryn Hill, and Notorious B.I.G. With his sense of beauty, fashion and storytelling, he transitioned to major agency commercials with clients like L’Oreal, Levi’s, Pantene, ESPN, Nestle, Coca-Cola, NBA and Verizon. Kennedy’s still photography celebrity portfolio includes Jennifer Garner, Kevin Hart, Michael Strahan, Christy Turlington, and Victoria’s Secret beauty Adriana Lima.

A pioneer in the branded content movement, he produced and co-created the Garnier Fructis 7-year music festival series “Style Files” and Rolling Stone Magazine’s “Women who Rock.” Other campaigns include Verizon Super Bowl, Amex US Open, Samsung Times Square Takeover, SAP NBA AllStar Weekend, Netflix Feature Launch Mini Series, and the Timex Rebrand Global Launch to name a few….

Wingman63 relies on Kennedy’s expertise for his color, his high-end production eye and his ability to create an incredibly rich experience for participating talent – both at the shoot and beyond.


Al Sgro

From writing original music to accompany a content series, to the painstaking process of clearing music for both commercials and digital use, Al Sgro is a creative treasure in the Wingman63 family.

As a multi-instrumentalist performer, Al toured the world with Gary Jules on the success of his seminal “Mad World” cover from the movie Donnie Darko. Following the tour, he cut his teeth with the movie’s composer, Mike Andrews, and was given his first glimpse into the process of scoring for TV and film.

After several high-profile placements— LOST, Grey’s Anatomy, Ghost Whisperer, and more— he scored six seasons of ABC Studios’ hit comedy Cougar Town, starring Courteney Cox, and since then has composed for CBS’s Rush Hour reboot, YouTube Red’s comedy Me and My Grandma with Rhea Perlman, Youth & Consequences for producer Mark Gordon, and recently scored Where is Nancy?, which won best documentary at the CINEQUEST film festival in San Jose.

He also helped launch the Hotel Cafe, a renowned music venue in Hollywood, and opened a recording studio in Los Angeles, where he produced and performed on projects for many of LA’s burgeoning singer/songwriters.

Al holds a certificate in entertainment law from USC Gould School of Law and has led music supervision on several national campaigns for TV, radio, and digital media. He’s also a recipient of an ASCAP Film & TV Music Award, two Latin Grammys, and two LA Theatre Ovation Award nominations.

Cameron Henrion

Cameron is from Melvindale MI and graduated from The US Air Force Academy in 2010. At the Academy, Cameron met Ben Garland and struck up a lifelong friendship. He also started a nonprofit organization his senior year to help trafficking survivors create jobs and sustainability. After graduation, he served five years as an Aircraft Maintenance Officer at Travis Air Force Base in California. During this time, he continued to travel and learn about the issue of human trafficking, while implementing solutions where able.

Since he left the military in 2015, Cameron has been involved in various businesses while developing the Impact Metric System (IMS) that the Foundation will be utilizing to assist in enabling the organizations we support to thrive. Most of Cameron’s current work is in financial and data modeling across a spectrum of profit and nonprofit sectors.

He is married to Mandi Henrion and has four children; Benjamin, Judah, Emmalyn, and Levi.