Pittman Ware is a seasoned digital marketing strategist. He first acquired a taste for marketing while overseeing The Joyce Theatre Foundation’s two rental studios DANY and Joyce Soho, utilizing the emerging power of social media to effectively market the organization's rental facilities to the New York entertainment industry. Upon moving back to Arkansas, Pittman was tasked with marketing Wildwood Park for the Arts facilities to the business community and creating a new revenue stream for the organization, successfully attracting rentals from the likes of Chick-fil-A and Garver Engineering, among others. After a brief stint working in legal software sales, Pittman decided to it was time to dive headfirst into a digital marketing career and accepted a position with MHP/Team SI in 2015, where he quickly rose to the role of Senior Account Executive, developing and managing marketing strategies on behalf of local, regional, and national accounts. Eager for a new challenge, Pittman left MHP/Team in 2020, to join CMW Marketing + Creative, where he currently serves as Director of Client Service & Development.
A native of Mountain Home, Arkansas, Pittman is a graduate of Hendrix College. Following graduation, he attended the prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre in New York City to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a professional actor. Over the next 7 years, he would go to land roles in Les Miserables, Best Little Whore House in Texas, Crime of the Heart, Hair Spray, the Metropolitan Operas among others.
In addition to his career in marketing Pittman also owns White River Unlimited, which produces the popular Tip’s BBQ Sauce, a unique dry rub based on his father Tip’s recipe.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife Brooke and daughter Evangeline. He also enjoys theatre, traveling, world history, and writing science fiction.