David Topper


David brings more than 14 years of digital design experience to Warm Bread Creative Communications, having worked in large interactive agencies, boutique startup design firms, dedicated multimedia studios, and major television networks.

Prior to Warm Bread, David worked as Creative Director for Critical Mention, a company at the forefront of real-time broadcast video capture, search, syndication and information services, where he developed and maintained the corporate identity systems and all online and offline branding efforts. Before Critical Mention, David worked as a senior designer for AIG, Inc. for the Corporate eBusiness Division, servicing all graphic web-based user interface, and digital marketing needs domestically and internationally. In addition, David has worked as an independent consultant creating websites and building interactive solutions for small and medium-sized companies. David is also a freelance illustrator, as well as a painter – working both digitally and traditionally.

David received a Bachelor's degree in Communication Design, from Pratt Institute, with a focus in Graphic Design and Advertising, and also received a Master's degree in Creative Art Therapy.

Sharon Tolpin Topper


Sharon comes to Warm Bread with more than 15 years of experience in driving the marketing strategy, public relations, and marketing communications activities of both start-ups and leading global technology companies. She leads strategic initiatives and project management at Warm Bread to help clients most effectively increase visibility in the marketplace, build audience and drive revenue.

Prior to Warm Bread, Sharon was senior vice president at Articulate Communications, where she led the new media practice. Prior to Articulate Communications, Sharon was VP of marketing and communication for Critical Media, a company at the forefront of real-time broadcast video capture, search, syndication and information services. Sharon has also held positions at V-Secure, acquired by Radware (RDWR) in November 2005, Business Layers, which was acquired by Netegrity (NETE) in December 2003, and Mercury Interactive (NASDAQ: MERQ), a Business Technology Software (BTO) company acquired by HP in 2006 for $4.5 billion dollars.

She received her MBA in international business from Baruch College of the City of New York and her bachelor's degree in consumer economics from Cornell University.

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