Jamie O'Shea is co-founder of Comr.se, a new omni commerce platform that enables dot.com-synced sales directly within social media streams and advertising units. Instead of having to leave their social media stream, potential buyers can purchase items directly in the stream. Before founding Comr.se, Jamie served as vice president and creative director of Shepard Fairey's Studio Number One agency, ideating and overseeing product development and campaign work for Nike, Levi's, Coca-Cola, Radio Shack, and Johnson & Johnson. As a fundraiser for Livestrong, he also conceived and curated a series of artist-designed Trek bikes, including a Damien Hirst butterfly cycle, that Lance Armstrong rode in competition throughout his 2009 race season which sold for over $7 million at a Sotheby's auction.
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