About Martin Sargent
Martin Sargent fell through a wormhole with Alexander Graham Bell’s nephew. And visited the year (approximately) 3000 with a time-traveling dentist. He's even spooned an elderly woman in a crop circle. Hard.

In his ten years hosting, writing, and producing television shows, Martin has done a lot of pretty cool stuff. And in his two years as a copywriter at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, he’s used the wisdom he’s gained from those experiences to produce a lot of pretty great work. At least according to Adobe, Chevy, Comcast, Haagen-Dazs, HP, NBA, Sonic Drive-In, Sprint, and Yahoo.

The world is lousy with copywriters. But only one of them has had his heart stopped on live TV by a guy calling himself “The Human Stun Gun”. And generally speaking, people who have come back from the dead write better copy.

Copywriter at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners / San Francisco, CA
January 2010 – February 2012
Produced work for Adobe, Chevy, Comcast, Haagen-Dazs, HP, NBA, Sonic Drive-In, Sprint, and Yahoo.

Host, executive producer of 'This Week in Fun' at TWiT.tv
Host of presidential election programming at CurrentTV
Director of Acquisitions and Comedy Programming at Revision3 Corporation
Host, writer, and producer of 'Infected by Martin Sargent', 'Internet Superstar' and 'Web Drifter' at Revision3 Corporation
Host, writer of 'Why Today Sucked' at GoTV Networks
Founder, executive producer of Rough Patch Productions with development deals/produced pilots at Comedy Central and USA Network
Columnist, .NET Magazine
Host, writer and producer of 'Unscrewed by Martin Sargent' at TechTV and G4TV
Writer, producer and frequent guest host of 'Call for Help' and 'The Screen Savers' at ZDTV
Associate Editor at PC/Computing Magazine

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY — B.A., English
summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa

Featured in The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, and on CNN and NPR. Named “the greatest comedic talent on the Web” by TV Week. Won Shorty Award from John S. Knight Foundation for best Tweeter in the category of Weird. Chosen to deliver closing keynote at 2008 ad:tech.

Articles/references available upon request.

Traveling, bicycling, cooking, reading, writing, anything involving technology and the Internet

email: martin_sargent@yahoo.com
Twitter: @martinsargent