Oliver Luckett is CEO of ReviloPark, a Los Angeles and Reykjavik based digital culture accelerator. As CEO, he brings more than two decades of experience as one of the world's leaders in the connections between pop-culture and billions of consumers around the globe.
Prior to founding ReviloPark, Luckett was founder and CEO of theAudience, where he led an international team to capitalize on the exponential growth and influence of social-media networks and deliver a more compelling, authentic experience for both consumers and for major brands and celebrities. At theAudience, Luckett worked with high-profile, globally recognized clients such as Obama for America, Live Nation, Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, American Express, Target, Dove/Unilever, Heineken, Calvin Klein, Sony, Universal Pictures, Lionsgate, Summit Entertainment, and Fox. He also led a team that represented the digital personae of more than 330 of the biggest celebrities in the world, and helped break ticket and album sales records for such musical acts as Black Sabbath, Steve Aoki, Pearl Jam and Swedish House Mafia.
Under Luckett's leadership, theAudience helped launch such Internet phenomena as The Chainsmoker's #SELFIE, the film Spring Breakers, and the most viewed digital campaign of all time, Dove Beauty Sketches.
Luckett was also co-founder of DigiSynd, a social-media content distribution company that was acquired by The Walt Disney Company. Following the acquisition, Luckett served as co-head of Innovation, overseeing all of Disney's brands in social media across Disney, ESPN, Pixar, Disney Theme Parks, and Disney Animation representing a worldwide fan network of more than 900 million people.
Luckett was also co-founder of Revver, Inc., the first video-sharing service with artist monetization and he helped introduce the explosively popular Diet Coke-Mentos experiment, among other initiatives. Previously, he was co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of iBlast Networks a data casting network formed from 28 media companies, and also served as vice president of network development for Anschutz Digital Media. He has also been chief IP Service Architect at fiber-optic network Qwest Communications where he built the first US domestic VOiP network, Qtalk.
Following his twin passions for science and art & literature, Luckett attended the Harvard University Summer Program while still in high school, study ing human physiology and marine biology, and he received his bachelor's degree in French Language from Vanderbilt University.
Also a passionate and prolific collector of contemporary art, Luckett and his partner, Scott Guinn, split their time between Los Angeles and Reykjavik, Iceland, where Luckett is actively involved in the country's burgeoning art and political scenes and chairman of the non- profit, humanistic art and nature foundation, Best Peace Solutions.
Luckett has also served as executive producer of the critically acclaimed documentaries Transcendent Man and Sweet Micky for President and was prominently featured in the PBS/ Frontline documentary Generation Like. His first book, The Social Organism, of which he is co- author, is due to be published by Hachette in November 2016.