Founder & Chief Storyteller
Founded in 2004, RippleKey is an innovative and dynamic creative film, television and video production company/digital agency that prides itself on pushing boundaries and redefining storytelling. With a relentless passion for visual storytelling and a commitment to excellence, RippleKey crafts captivating and compelling content that resonates with audiences worldwide. We make things simple and easy for a wide variety of clients and can produce your project from start to finish!
At RippleKey, we understand the power of storytelling and its ability to transport viewers to new worlds, evoke emotions and inspire change. Our network of skilled filmmakers, writers, directors, producers and film crews collaborate seamlessly to create visually stunning narratives that captivate and engage audiences across various platforms. RippleKey loves collaborating and partnering with other creatives, whether it’s brand, marketing or PR agencies.
We are The Avengers of the production world! RippleKey draws from the best and brightest talent in the business and will put together a custom team for your project. We've worked on projects for Adobe, MasterCard, Pfizer, CBS, Bank of America, Court TV, Time Magazine, Inc. Magazine, Jack Morton Worldwide, Yahoo!, Grey Global, G2 Agency, VH1, Eli Lily, BNP Paribas, MOJO Network, FILA, PBS, Chase, Rakuten, SAP, Nike, The ALS Association, P&G, BlackBerry, Fannie Mae, Diageo, KPMG and Jaguar Land Rover.
Peter Fitzpatrick is RippleKey's Founder and Chief Storyteller. He is an outstanding writer, director, producer, creative and expert in digital marketing. Peter is contributing author to the book, Internet Marketing from the Real Experts and in 2021, worked with PBS on the duPont-Columbia Award Winning program "NOVA: Decoding COVID-19". He is the executive producer and co-writer of the award winning 2023 film One Pill Can Kill about the dangers of fentanyl and fake pills. Prior to starting RippleKey, Peter worked in marketing, advertising, public relations and television at CNN, CNNfn (financial), Sky News and CBS in various jobs including writer, producer, director of photography, editor, graphics/animation supervisor and on-air talent. In 2001, he received the Edward R. Murrow Award for Outstanding Achievement in Broadcast Journalism for his work covering the events of 9/11. He is also a certified FAA commercial drone pilot and professional voice-over artist.
Throughout his career, Peter has developed a strong reputation for his ability to bring complex ideas to life through visually compelling storytelling. He has a keen eye for detail and a talent for capturing emotion on camera and creating content that engages, inspires and entertains audiences. Peter is constantly pushing himself to stay at the forefront of the industry, experimenting with new techniques and technologies to enhance his craft. His dedication to his work and his passion for storytelling make him a valuable asset to any project he takes on.
Peter is a graduate of Denison University where he studied communications, music and film. He is known for his epic Halloween costumes and April Fools' Day hoaxes. Peter currently lives in New York City and enjoys playing guitar, tennis, surfing and making the world's greatest Rice Krispies Treats.