The Rec League is a youth-driven creative agency & production partner based in Los Angeles.

We tell stories for athletes, artists and brands that ARE authentic and engaging to the culture.

We also play a lot of rec sports.

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As a team, we’re stacked at every position.

AND We DO IT ALL under the same roof.

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JACK JENSEN

Founder | Head of Creative

Jack has led and developed award-winning work for brands including Nike, adidas, ESPN, Samsung/LeBron James, EA Sports and 2K Sports. Previously worked as Creative Director for the Nike Basketball account at R/GA LA, with longstanding stints at 72andSunny LA and Dime Magazine before that. Previously named to the 30 Most Creative People in Advertising Under 30 honors and was a former collegiate high jumper at the University of Oregon. He strongly implores you to Go Ducks, especially when they play the University of Kansas, in Kansas City, to go to the Final Four.

TRENT UBBEN

FOUNDER | Head of production

With a background as an editor and director, Trent has worked in collaboration with places like Nike Basketball, Comedy Central, Disney, EA Sports, and also helped to create a documentary series on fighters with Bellator MMA. Having worked across commercial, television, music video and documentary mediums, he approaches both the work and game from a uniquely genuine POV. As a college student back in Kansas he studied architecture, until he realized it’s actually a lot less fun than building houses in the SIMS. So he switched his major to film, graduated, packed up his car and moved to Los Angeles.

SCOTT SWINDLER

PARTNER | HEAD OF BRAND

A utility player and avid sports fan who has spent over a decade honing his brand management skills on both the client and agency side, Scott’s career highlights include leading the adidas global business for 72andSunny LA and quarterbacking the marketing campaigns for College Football, College GameDay, SEC Network, MLB, Golf, Tennis and NASCAR at ESPN in NYC. His friends will be the first to tell you, he’s a great golfer, but better friend.