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At a glance:Tripp’s desire is threefold: to give people a few things to think about as they re-enter the more mundane aspects of their jobs, to offer a few practical tools they can use in their daily lives to gain creative inspiration, and to give them a few good laughs while they are likely sitting through other more serious (probably more boring) presentations.
Tripp Crosby is a comedy filmmaker, live host, and entrepreneur mostly known for his wildly popular youtube sketch “A Conference Call in Real Life”.
Tripp is the taller half of Tripp and Tyler a sketch comedy duo whose digital shorts have amassed 100s of millions of views online over the last decade. However Tripp has also written, produced, and directed a number of successful commercials and other forms of branded entertainment for some of the world’s most exciting brands. (Zoom, Coke, GoDaddy, Snowflake, Ford, Quicken Loans, Upside, Canon, Constant Contact). In 2014 he was selected by Satchi and Satchi as a member of the New Director Showcase at Cannes International Film Festival, and since Tripp has continued to flourish behind the camera as a producer and director.
In 2019 Tripp celebrated the 15th anniversary of his Atlanta based video agency, Green Tricycle. What started as a freelance business that operated out of a rented bedroom has grown into a nationally recognized and in demand video agency. Green Tricycle specializes in high performance comedy ad campaigns that result in quality leads for B2B and D2C companies.
Whether he is entertaining an audience, writing a script, producing a video, or mentoring younger professionals, Tripp is always doing his best to make the world a more fun place to exist.
Comedic HostTripp has been hosting events as large as 100,000 attendees and as small as 100 for over a decade. Through introductions, transitions, or even 5 minute comedy bits, Tripp is always dedicated to bringing clarity to your theme and levity to your room.
How to Have More, Better IdeasFor over a decade Tripp has been working with major brands and corporations to create hilarious and highly sharable video content. In that time Tripp has developed a few key principles related to ideation and collaboration that he loves sharing almost as much as he loves implementing.
In his presentation, Tripp makes a case that everyone should be an innovator no matter what their job title is, then he demonstrates some practical ways anyone can open themselves up to having great ideas of their own. He uses his own story of success (and failure) to illustrate what it means to make space for self discovery and some interactive audience exercises to demonstrate what it looks like to make bold choices and create a company culture that embraces collaboration.
Tripp’s desire is threefold: to give people a few things to think about as they re-enter the more mundane aspects of their jobs, to offer a few practical tools they can use in their daily lives to gain creative inspiration, and to give them a few good laughs while they are likely sitting through other more serious (probably more boring) presentations.
Enjoy it, then Expand itTripp tells his story of how he and his friends found early viral success on YouTube, went to Hollywood, and then split up and never worked together again. It’s an inspiring story of how four young and ambitious comedians started taking themselves too seriously and almost lost their chance to succeed. The moral: If you obsess over expanding your career, you risk your ability to enjoy it. And if you don’t obsess over enjoying it, you might actually risk your ability to expand it.
Bold ChoicesThis is a highly interactive keynote in which Tripp teaches the audience a few key principles of improv. It’s not for aspiring actors. It’s for people aspiring to be more present and more productive in their professional life.
Tripp is the perfect blend of professionalism and whatever the opposite of that is.
— David Hoyt, John Maxwell Company
Tripp makes people happy. Plain and Simple.
— David Horton, Hampton Hotels
Tripp added something to our event that we didn't even know we needed.
— Jenn Boutwell, Incomm