Experiment Media is a film, television, and commercial production company based in Los Angeles, CA. Founded by Todd Gallagher in 2003, the company has created shows for ABC, ESPN, MTV, and a variety of other network and cable outlets.  In 2011 they were nominated for an MTV video award.


Todd Gallagher


Todd Gallagher is the founder of Experiment Media. At age 21, he was the youngest pro basketball coach in history. Following that experience, he went on to write and direct for ESPN, most notably creating and starring in The Playground Challenge. He has created numerous television shows and wrote the book Andy Roddick Beat Me With A Frying Pan, which The New York Times called "performance art." Having worked with George Plimpton, Todd has three films he's directing and starring in: Todd vs. High School, which features Taylor Swift and is slated for release in the fall of 2013; Andy Roddick Beat Me With a Frying Pan, which is based on the book of the same name; and Popular, a social experiment with Harvard professor Dr. NIcholas Christakis that features James Franco.