• Benjamin Berman

    Ben is a former researcher from the MIT developing video games. Visit hiddenswitch.com to play Spellsource, a community authored card game.


    Along with his collaborator Miguel Perez, he is developing a game for the Mozilla Foundation. Read more here.


    His animations appear in the Tribeca-selected short film "App," directed by his brother and longtime collaborator Alexander Berman. He executive produced a pilot for Disney called Virtual High.


    In Los Angeles, he led the development of a #1 App Store game and worked on other titles with Scopely.


    His digital interactives have appeared online in The New York Time.


    As CTO of his startup Workpop, co-founded with Chris Ovitz and Reed Shaffner, he helps 60 million Americans find better jobs. It was acquired by Cornerstone OnDemand in 2018.

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    Mate Me or Eat Me: A Mozilla Create Media Awards Project

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  • Workpop

    Starting in LA, Workpop is creating the best experience for hourly-focused job seekers and the businesses, small and large, that hire them. For hourly workers, we empower them to find a jobs that fit their schedule, needs and interests - and help them develop skills and reputation in the workforce, which can lead to better opportunities and career growth. For employers, we empower them to hire faster with better candidate information in order to retain the best people and reduce employee turnover . The days of ugly classifieds and impersonal job boards are behind us. Workpop is re-imagining the job seeking and hiring process with a beautifully designed, human focused solution.


    Art, animation and film reel


    Director of Animation, Assistant Director on various fiction and nonfiction works.