Kobi specializes in developing and executing media strategies that communicate complex ideas in simple ways that resonate emotionally, as well as intellectually.
Kobi’s career in politics began on the ground level as an intern, and then precinct captain, on a state representative race in his hometown of Winchester, Massachusetts. After winning the town’s most conservative precinct for his progressive candidate, Kobi went on to organize Dartmouth College for Barack Obama, which turned out to vote at a rate of almost 80%.
After Obama’s win in 2008, Kobi decided to develop his filmmaking hobby into a career by managing Gatorade’s Digital Media Lab. There he honed his production and digital strategy skills by working on the Emmy nominated Gatorade Replay Series, producing a web series on visually impaired athletes, and editing projects featuring the American and Brazilian Men’s National Soccer Teams, NBA stars Evan Turner and Carlos Boozer, and other inspiring athletes, professional or otherwise. Kobi was finally able to combine his passions for politics and video production when he created fundraising, policy, and rapid response videos for Alan Khazei’s 2012 Senate campaign.
After graduating from Dartmouth College, where he studied Government and Film, Kobi worked as a political organizer and videographer for campaigns all over New England. He relocated to Washington D.C. in 2013 to join Trippi and Associates. In his free time, he likes to turn the camera off and make music and radio theater.