Branding + Digital Content

For over a decade Michael has developed sports brands with MLB and the NHL at Fanbrandz. His content has been featured on Brand New, HOW Design, CNN, People Magazine and the Smithsonian Channel. At Raisch Studios he has developed projects with the National 9/11 Museum.



Michael Raisch



Michael is currently the Senior Designer and New Media Director at Fanbrandz, a sports branding agency that partners with Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League on special event and franchise branding programs. In 2016 Michael won his second CLIO along with his creative team at Fanbrandz and partners at the NHL for the Nashville All-Star identity. Aside from his professional contributions in the field, Michael is also a passionate digital storyteller and content producer. His work at Raisch Studios has ranged from filming time-lapse of One World Trade Center's rise to a tribute for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 told through the lens of international aviation of photographers. In 2014 Michael gained international exposure for his tribute to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The final memorial was viewed 90,000 times in 172 countries within the first week of publication. Michael is also known for filming the first remake of Jurassic Park in 1993.


Euro 2016: Painted Crests

A visual celebration of art, football jerseys and gifs for the 24 clubs competing in the Euros. Featured on Brand New


Along with Fanbrandz and the NHL 2017 marks the launch of the Centiennal Celebrations for the league.


Digital Storytelling

Self-initiated passion projects. Capturing and sharing news event stories through visually impactful content. Original content featured on CNN, People Magazine, USA Today, Good Morning America and the Smithsonian Channel.


Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Photography Tribute

An international tribute for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 told through the lens of aviation photographers and planespotters.
Photo essay featured world wide on CNN and Astro Awani.


Post September 11th Photography Work

Capturing a world changed in the aftermath of the events of 9/11.


Filmed over 20 years ago, Two kids re-created Jurassic Park shot-for-shot in their basements. Content and interview featured on People.com


The real-life Mad Men story of Leonard Rattner’s Advertising Agency in 1960’s Manhattan. Content featured on Brand New.


The Art After 9/11

A college student's original sketches and art in response to September 11th, 2001. Shared by alma mater, Mason Gross School of the Arts.