Colin began his career in Los Angeles, where he was part of nationally recognized and awarded advertising campaigns, full-length television shows, music videos and documentaries. After working on an award-winning documentary on illegal immigration sparked Colin’s passion for politics; he moved to Washington D.C. and quickly rose to become one of the premier young media consultants in Democratic politics. Colin’s creative media campaigns for candidates and campaigns have earned him numerous Pollie Awards, Reed Awards and recognition as a Rising Star by Campaigns and Elections Magazine.
Before forming Feldman Strategies, Andrew Feldman served as the Political Director to John Delaney for Congress, one of the most competitive Congressional races in the country in 2012. Feldman’s work played a large part in the resulting victory, which unseated a 20-year Republican incumbent.
Prior to his role as the Delaney Campaign Political Director, Feldman spent several years working on campaigns ranging from city council to the presidency of the United States. He also worked in government, most notably doing advance work for the Office of the Vice President and in the private sector for Devine Mulvey and Rasky Baerlein, a leading media and public relations firms.
Feldman graduated from The George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs with a BA in Political Communication.
Before entering the world of politics and joining the team at Revolution Media, Adam worked as the personal media outreach operative for world-renowned scientist Jane Goodall. Adam later moved to the American Red Cross, where he implemented ARC’s national communications strategy and managed vendor relations. Through his successful management of a large scale national communications portfolio, Adam earned a reputation as the ‘go to’ person for high profile communications campaigns.