At Suddenly There, our goal is to generate visually stimulating, tangible and sustainable authentic experiences. We can concept, design, produce, shoot, and develop strategic and execution plans for a brand’s aesthetic. It’s our goal to implement ways in which the audience can relate to a brand in an organic way. From ideation to execution, the collective vision, energy and passion that we provide reflects our commitment to excellence. We love for our clients to get a great end product, with less middlemen, and no unnecessary costs.

Our in-house video production capabilities give us the ability to deliver fully realized brand videos. Clients benefit from brand consistency, speed and efficiency.  That is how we were able to pull off the production of over 450 videos in the last 7 years.

At Suddenly There we believe in small but mighty creative teams that can take on all aspects of any creative project. There is no challenge, big or small we will shy away from. We thrive on problem solving and understand that projects are just as much as about the immediate result as they are about the big picture. At the end of the day we get things done. That is why we have worked with clients such as Sony Music, MTV, Nike and adidas.


KANYESSA McMAHON                                                               If you wander around the parks on the Lower East Side of Manhattan on a nice Saturday you’ll probably catch an ear-full from a short, exotic looking, loudmouth outfielder – meet Kanyessa McMahon, Lower East Side softball legend and multimedia guru. Born in New York City but cultivated in London and Los Angeles, her habitat consists of the land below 13th street and rarely will she venture into foreign territory Uptown (unless it is for work!) or on the subway. Her specialties include video/photo production, content development and creative direction. Don’t let her cute face fool you though, McMahon has smarts and isn’t afraid to use them. Her bachelor’s of arts in Photography from Pratt Institute and two graduate degrees from New School in Media Studies and Media Management make McMahon a triple threat in the ever-changing world of mass media.

When McMahon isn’t busy building her multimedia empire she’s basking in the companionship of her husband Liam, their wonderful dog Jasper Pirate Delancey McMahon and even more spectacular son Daschel Tennessee Sharkey McMahon.


Christopher Laszlo joined Suddenly There in 2015 after working as an independent producer based in New York City. He recently produced a music video for the Neon Trees starring Academy Award-winner Dustin Lance Black directed by Rebecca Thomas (“Electrick Children”). Christopher Laszlo began his film career as a driver for producers John Penotti and Fisher Stevens at GreeneStreet Films, an independent film and television production and finance company based in New York. He was later hired to assist the VP of Business Affairs. He has over six years of physical production experience working with directors Jonathan Demme and Bennett Miller, among others. He holds an MFA in Creative Producing from Columbia University’s Graduate Film Division. Laszlo, along with director Rebecca Thomas, have multiple film and television projects in development. RAZOR BLADE BABY, based on Claire Watkins’ Story Prize Award-winner Battleborn is slated to shoot fall 2016.