USC Cinematic Arts

Glen is a UK lawyer with more than 30 years of varied international management experience in entertainment, retail and consumer electronics. He has specialized in formulating strategic plans and building teams to capture new opportunities for consumer facing businesses.

From 1998 to 2005 Glen worked for Sir Richard Branson, launching the Virgin Megastore Online worldwide, before becoming CEO of the Virgin Entertainment Group, North America.

Most recently Glen co-founded LP33 Asia, a media and technology operation based in Beijing and Los Angeles facilitating the acquisition and distribution of domestic and international media content via the “triple-screen” platforms of web, mobile and IPTV.

Formerly Glen was CEO of Zumbox, launching the world’s first paperless postal service using street addresses online; and prior to that he was Co-CEO of Headplay International, responsible for the launch of two ground breaking technology solutions in North America, China and Europe: the Personal Cinema System, a portable visual headset & multi-media center for 2D and 3D content; and Freefall, a content compression technology.

Glen spent much of the 1990's as Head of Business Development for the HMV Media Group, the largest music and entertainment retailer in Europe.  He developed and launched HMV Direct, a mail order and Internet business servicing the "lapsed buyer" market for music, video and games, successfully launching the first online service for purchasing entertainment product and content, fully two months prior to Amazon.

Glen’s passion for all things entertainment has also seen him involved in producing music documentaries, TV drama series, and the Tony Award winning Broadway production of “39 Steps.” He is also an Advisory Board member of the University Art Museum at CSULB.