Newport Beach-based ChopShop Entertainment just signed an agreement with Kelley Class, Class Represents in Sunset Beach, California, for representation in the western region of the U.S. including Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Texas.  

With a focus on ChopShop’s digital content and broadcast expertise and full service capabilities, Class Represents will showcase their work to digital and advertising agencies.

Kelley came into her career as a creative talent representative with a degree in broadcast communication and sound engineering from Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois, her hometown.  Her degree combined with years of experience in various broadcast positions gave her the foundation to establish Class Represents in 1998. 

ChopShop principal Ken Anderson noted, “we’re pleased to expand our reach through Kelley’s efforts.  She comes to us with a solid background and understands our culture and process.  She’s a great fit for ChopShop.”

ChopShop’s staff includes directors, editors, producers and recently added Executive Producer Sharon Lopez.   Their crew just returned from Morocco where they shot a recent episode of “Down Days” as part of a mini-documentary series for Vans.

About ChopShop Entertainment
Founded in 2003 ChopShop has grown exponentially over the past decade both on the client side and its production services.  Their client roster includes VANS, Virgin Mobile, Red Bull, Panasonic, Boost Mobile, Zeal Optics and numerous ad agencies. ChopShop offers ideation, production, design and animation to develop content for broadcast, digital and events. 

For more information about ChopShop Entertainment and to see their work, visit