Howard Buksbaum

December 1, 2012

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At 15 years old, Howard Buksbaum won the New York Academy of Sciences prestigious 1st place award for inventing a device which doubled the capacity of a cassette tape in an awesome display of useless ingenuity. Much to his chagrin, tapes quickly became extinct, so there went that idea. Consequently, his fascination with solving analytic problems using creative solutions has never diminished. From code to commercials, Howie has a myriad of experience both in front of a keyboard and behind a camera. 

He is obsessed with Howard Stern having listened to every show for the past 10+ years. This should give you some indication of his level of dedication (or degree of OCD).

Howie is fluent in seven languages include PHP, MySql, AS3, and English, has no ability to filter himself, and insists on having chicken parm in every country he visits.

Along with Danny, Howie has helped craft VNI into a shop with an organic approach to projects, giving clients solace and profound results without sacrificing integrity while remaining professional and humble.