We provide strategy and solutions for brands and individuals trying to effectively communicate online. We’ve directed digital and social media strategy for household names from the world of professional sports as well as small non profit organizations. Our goal is to help you effectively define and meet the objectives you have with your communication efforts. While this currently means we focus on developing strategy and tools in digital and social media spaces, as new and more efficient tactics arise, Wild Hair Media will be here learning to maximize it for our partners.

Wild Hair Media was founded in March of 2011 by partners, Alex Holmes and Mikey Ames.


Alex Holmes

Alex Holmes is in a rare class of people, gifted at their ability to be social. During his time as a USC Trojan, Alex was part of two national championships teams (it is good to have a ring!) After his time in the NFL, Alex directed his unique social abilities toward his skills being utilized online. Alex began helping friends, family and clients with their own communication strategies, and has been at the front of some very cool integrated campaigns along the way. See that picture of the largest billboard in Times Square? Yes, Alex made that happen. You can find Alex on twitter as @Trojan81 where he will be running digital and social strategy for a variety of clients. Email Alex at alex@wildhairmedia.com. Alex can be found residing in several cities throughout the year, but primarily Los Angeles, CA.

Mikey Ames

Mikey Ames is a unique blend of tactical strategist with a creative sensibility. He has spent a lot of time on stage, not just as a conference speaker and presenter, but also a complete goof ball. Mikey spent eight years working in non profits and four years as a strategic consultant where he analyzed and improved integrated communication strategies. Mikey can be found on twitter as @WildHairMedia where he finds it impossible to refuse an honest plea for help. You can email Mikey at mikey@wildhairmedia.com. Mikey lives in Dallas, TX with his wife, four frog catchers, and his amazing collection of ugly, wide neck ties.


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