Massiverse is a New York City-based media company. We are currently located at 27 W. 20th St., Suite 501, New York, NY, 10011, in the heart of the Flatiron district.
The team includes technology, media, gaming, film, television, animation and publishing experts, hand picked to represent traditional and emerging entertainment and media markets.


Jeff Schon, is an accomplished executive in software, Internet, television and publishing industries with over thirty years experience. Positions include VP Educational Technology, Scholastic Inc.; President/CEO Grolier Interactive, Inc.; President/CEO of Living Books; LP and VP Production, Hearst Entertainment; and developer and licensor of the Emmy award-winning Peep and the Big Wide World.

Interactive Director

Michael Szabo, is an award-winning artist, designer, and programmer with 13 years of experience developing web, casual, and location-based games. Michael co-designed and programmed Teen Titans: Battle Blitz for which held a place on the site's top 5 games list for over two years and was a leader on the team that developed the multiplayer theme park games Mission: Space Race and Fantastic Plastics Challenge for Epcot with Walt Disney Imagineering. His work can also be found on the web at AdultSwim, Nickelodeon, Disney, and

Editorial Director

Raven Metzner, is a feature screenwriter, television writer, producer and show-runner with over 15 years of experience. Raven has co-written over 10 feature screenplays including Elektra and Deathok for Marvel Comics Pictures, an adaptation of Don Winslow’s Cool Breeze On The Underground for Dreamworks, Nosebleed for New Line pictures, a comedy titled The Magnificent Six for Universal pictures, as well as production rewrites on Rush Hour 2. Raven recently co-created, co-wrote and was an Executive Producer for the prime time series Six Degrees with ABC television and JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions. Metzner has recently written and executive produced Clue for Hasbro's The Hub, and was co-executive producer of Daybreak with Tim Kring. 

Board Chairman, Founder

Jesse Soleil, business-driven leader, a transmedia architect/engagement designer, and an expert in children’s digital media. He has over twenty years of technology and business leadership, recently as VP of Emerging Media and Technology leading Scholastic’s Internet division eScholastic, and Scholastic’s Lab for Informal Learning/Digital Innovation group. Jesse led the research, development and execution of many innovative products and properties, including The 39 Clues and ReadAbout.