Peck represents a diverse range of clients working in television, film, theater, music, animation, literature, fine art and new media providing strategic counsel, production financing and corporate consulting while assisting clients with licensing, booking, website development, magazine placement, marketing, PR and events.
Currently he is producing the nationally touring hit show Afterbirth: Stories You Won’t Read in a Parents Magazine and last year, in partnership with greeting card giant American Greetings, he launched an animated series of online and mobile phone greetings, wallpapers and ringtones based on the character “Cranky Girl.” Greeting cards are now on sale at Target and there are plans for more licenses and an animated show and book series. This year with members of the Jackson family he will be releasing the anticipated new album from Brazilian pop sensation T-Rio in addition to further developing their television show, comic book series and apparel lines.
He Executive Produced and financed the CBS telefilm Holy Joe starring John Ritter and he Co-Produced and financed the CBS telefilm An Element of Truth starring Donna Mills. Peck was also the Associate Producer of the hit six-hour NBC miniseries A Woman Named Jackie starring Roma Downey which won the Emmy Award for “Best Miniseries.” He was also Co-Executive Producer of Kelsey Grammer’s improvisational comedy series “World Cup Comedy” which aired 26 one-hour episodes here on PAX/NBC.
He produced Eliza Jane Schneider’s Freedom of Speech which won “Best Solo Show” at the NYC International Fringe Festival before having a limited run at New York’s P.S. 122 and the Eugene O’Neil Theater Center as Speaking in Tongues.
Peck began his career by working in film finance and television development and production for the Persky-Bright Organization in New York after graduating with a degree in Radio-TV-Film from Northwestern University and studying film theory and criticism at Le Sorbonne in Paris.