My mission is to catalyze happiness in every aspect of people’s lives through the power and transcendence of music, entertainment, and culture — increasing joy, belonging, community, inspiration, expression and goose-bump moments.

For CV, additional credentials or case studies please contact: GabrielGornell@LocoDistro.com


Gabriel Gornell is a year veteran of content, marketing and entertainment who lives at the intersection of Madison Avenue and the Sunset Strip where he specializes in taking a Brand, Entertainment IP or Artist and developing content-campaigns, spots, programming, and experiences which reach audiences and drive conversions across all touch-points (digital and traditional) for increased ROI.


Gabriel leads teams and initiatives by weaving three disciplines:

(1) Brand strategy for program and business planning with a focus on audience acquisition, (2) 360° messaging & distribution across TV, film, VOD, direct-to-fan, DSPs, socials, marketing, sponsorship, and PR, and (3) an Executive Producer + Director delivering end-to-end programs (in support of campaigns) from development through delivery.


Gabriel is a Sundance winner, 2x Worldfest Gold winner, Adweek BestSpots winner, and a featured filmmaker at the MoMA. His work has been featured in Forbes, Adweek, Variety, Hollywood Reporter, People, TV Guide, Entertainment Weekly, NBC News, and Fox News to name a few.

And he has executive-level experience with Lollapalooza, Recording Academy’s MusiCares, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Marvel Entertainment (including Avengers, Spiderman, X-Men), YouTube, Netflix, and HBO —plus an endless list of Fortune 500 brands plus music icons ranging from Amy Winehouse to The Rolling Stones to Oscar The Grouch.



An little old-fashioned seaside table read. Getting everyone on the same page… from client to agency to crew to talent… often comes down to a simple table read. This one is from earlier this week, on location at Dockweiler Beach in Southern California.  Big thanks to JACKERY for trusting us with their incredible outdoors brand.


Whether they be investors, distributors, networks, or brand clients… If your concept can’t hold the attention of your own stakeholders— those stakeholders will never believe your concept is strong enough to hold the attention of your audience. Creative is everything. But presentation helps. Good luck to everyone at American Film Market this week.