For over 8 years Michael Raisch has been on the forefront of Major League Baseball's creative development. With Frederick and Froberg, Michael has collabrated with MLB Creative Services to create the season's landmark's signature events, from the All-Star Game to the World Series.
While at F&F Michael has also extended his to the National Hockey League, developing the brands of the Winter Classic and the NHL All-Star Game. Specifcally, Michael was directly behind the development the 2009 and 2012 Winter Classic logos at Wrigley Field and Citizens Bank Park.
Michael's passion of American History has always lead and inspired his creative work. Back to the days and weeks after September 2001, Michael photographed the details of a landscape changed in Lower Manhattan.
Since then Michael has alway keep his cameras sharp, documenting America's historic places from the Dutch history of Lower Manhattan to Cape Cod and the Sierra Nevadas.
Recently Raisch Studios has focused it's sights on the development of One World Trade Center. from Jersey City, the view the tower's rise has been historical in it's milestones. Michael posts updates on his blog and vimeo account.
Michael got his start with ABC Network Television in the 2002-2003 Season. There, Michael worked along the Network Print group to promote the ABC Brand. The Network Print was responisble for developing the content for the Network's Up-Front's in the following May of that year.
In 2005 Michael joined the studio of Frederick and Froberg. There, Michael experienced the brands from lifestyle and entertainment to sports branding. Clients included, Universal Studios, The Joester Loria Group, CBS Television, Kitty Hawk Kities, Ford, Jeep and Chrysler, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball, National Hockey League and the National Football League.
Along with Frederick & Froberg and MLB in-house creative, Michael developed the club identities of the Anaheim Ducks, Tampa Bay Rays and two other Major League Franchises.
Since 2012 Michael has been at the center of the Fanbrandz launch. Current projects include the 2013 MLB All-Star Game hosted by the New York Mets, 2014 All-Star Game in Minnesota and an upcoming branding piece developed directly with October's Very Own and Drake.