For 60 years, the Clio Awards have been witness to some of the greatest creatives and campaigns in our industry. To demonstrate this, we partnered with renowned illustrator Sam Spratt to immortalize advertising history in one masterpiece.
During March Madness, we partnered with Turner and the NCAA to remind viewers that networks, like commentators, should never be just ok.
Clio Sports - Bronze
AT&T wanted a campaign to celebrate that they were the best wireless network according America's biggest test. So we came up with a campaign that reminded people, when it comes to networks you never want less than the best.
To celebrate three executives being named to Adweek’s 2018 Power 100 List, AT&T wanted to run a congratulatory print ad. The honorees took AT&T to new heights by looking at the communications industry differently, so we created an ad that required the reader to literally turn it on it’s head and see things, like these men, from a different perspective.
Boy bands without dancing, are just okay.
To tease Krispy Kreme's cameo in Saban's upcoming Power Ranger film, we launched Krispy Kreme's first ever digital shop; an interactive virtual reality experience set in the fictional Power Ranger's town of Angel Grove.
Guests can explore the shop to find exclusive clips, giveaways, and plenty of easter eggs. When guests stumble upon the Time To Go-Go clue, they are transported forward in time where the shop has been destroyed, uncovering a series of new clues that guests can piece together to find out what happened.
To create this one of a kind shop, we staged a real Krispy Kreme to reflect the location featured in the Lionsgate movie. Filmed using Matterport technologies, the shop allows fans worldwide a unique virtual experience, that for the first time ever, made interactive tags within this type of virtual environment possible.
AT&T’s More For Your Thing campaign is about bringing you more of whatever “your thing” may be.
The lifeblood of agencies these days seems to be social content pulled off with little to no budget, while staying product and deal focused. The following content therefore is included to show my knowledge in design and animation, as well as experience in a studio and photoshoot. Because let's be honest, we're not blowing any conceptual pants off.
For the One Show brief, we were charged with addressing gender inequality in any area of society. We focused on the military, where sexual assault has been hidden for too long. To expose the truth, we asked the target to "see through the camouflage."
One Show Young Ones Silver Pencil Winner
During the College Football Playoff National Championship, we partnered with ESPN and Kenny Mayne for a live integration to remind viewers that networks, like game analysis, should never be just ok.