Nicholas McDowell is director of new media with the Lincoln Group (LG).
According to McDowell's Lincoln Group profile:
- "Nicholas McDowell has tremendous expertise in the development and implementation of information technology. He has more than ten years' experience in establishing and aligning technical infrastructure with the needs of clients, including The Financial Times and the Orphanage, a VFX/Production studio. He has developed applications for a range of diverse purposes, such as emergent electronic messaging services, real-time performance monitoring and adaptive optimization enabling. Mr. McDowell also developed entrepreneurial experience, having founded Epidemic Marketing, an e-business advertising and marketing company. At Epidemic, he initialized corporate relationships with the United Way and Cisco. Mr. McDowell received his engineering degree from Auckland University in New Zealand."
Lincoln Asset Management Group
- "Nicholas McDowell, Director of Research and Technology
- "Nicholas McDowell has led teams in architecting and implementing diverse technologies including financial information systems, data mining and e-business platforms. Projects successfully completed have ranged from implementation of enterprise-scale server farms in London to a satellite translation center in China.
- "Before joining Lincoln Asset Management, Nicholas McDowell co-founded Epidemic Marketing, an e-business technology company that grew to 60 employees. The company developed innovative information technologies that allowed real-time performance monitoring and adaptive optimization.
- "He also managed technology projects at the The Financial Times. During that tenure, McDowell led the technology team for the World Reporter project, a joint venture between Financial Times Information, Dow Jones and Dialog Corporation. World Reporter is a global business information management system utilizing proprietary technology solutions to automatically consolidate, index and classify news and data from over 1,000 sources worldwide."
Other SourceWatch Resources
- "Nicholas McDowell", Lincoln Group, accessed December 2005. (Go to 'About Us', 'Professionals' and follow the link to Craig's bio note).
- "Commission Junction and Epidemic.com Partner to Extend Affiliate Functionality to E-mail Through Revolutionary Epidemic Marketing Technology," Business Wire (Highbeam.com), March 20, 2000: "Epidemic.com, creator of Epidemic Marketing(SM), a breakthrough Internet marketing service enabling e-mail users to put graphic links in their day-to-day e-mail messages, ... The announcement was made today by Kelly Wanser, founder and CEO of epidemic.com."
- Greg Sandoval, "Start-up with pricey Super Bowl ad goes bust," C|NET News, June 14, 2000: "Epidemic Marketing shut its doors and laid off its 60-person staff this week, the company said. Like many Internet companies of late, the online marketing firm burned through the $7.6 million it raised during its first round of private financing, said national account manager James Wallen."
- Movie: Jeepers Creepers 2 2003: Nicholas McDowell, Software Engineer (The Orphanage Inc).
- "The Orphanage and Pacific Title Achieve Massive High Speeds and Intense Productivity Gains with SGI SAN Server Family and SGI CXFS Shared Filesystem," PR Newswire, September 10, 2003: "Nicholas McDowell, IT director, The Orphanage." "With offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles, The Orphanage has experienced explosive growth during the past three years and now employs 120 artists who have been creating complex visual effects for a variety of summer blockbusters, such as Seabiscuit; Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle; and the latest Spy Kids sequel; and was the sole house on Jeepers Creepers II. The Orphanage is currently in production on Hell Boy and a slew of commercial spots."
- Sin City (2005), Nicholas McDowell, Systems Engineer: The Orphanage; aka Frank Miller's Sin City (USA: complete title), IMDb.