Open Floorplan @ Family Business directed byTom Kuntz
Twix Bites #TBT
2015 One Show / Gold Pencil / Film :20 & Under Campaign 2015 One Show / Silver Pencil / Film under 80k Budget 2015 Cannes Lions / Bronze Film Campaign 2015 ADC / Bronze Cube / Television Small Budget 2015 D&AD / Wood Pencil / TV Commercial Campaign 2015 D&AD / Wood Pencil / Branded Film Content 2015 Clios / Silver / Integrated Campaign 2015 Clios / Bronze / Film Under :30 2015 One Show / Cross-Platform Merit
Directed by Jun Diaz
If :30 wasn't enough, here's 20 minutes of shenanigans.
For the launch of this new product, we looked back to Snickers and Twix fictional past to provide some entirely plausible reasons why they didn’t introduce them sooner.
TV commercials spanned the 1950s-1990s unveiling reasons behind the delay.
In print, we announced 1-844-WHY-SO-LONG, which offered an explanation for every year from 1980-2014.
2015 New York Festivals / Bronze Film 2015 Golden of Montreux / Best Use of Mixed Media 2015 One Show / Cross-Platform Merit 2015 One Show / Film Merit 2014 Golden of Montreux / Film 2014 Kinsale Shark Awards / 2 Bronze Film 2014 Cannes Lions / Film Finalist Adweek Ad of the Day
Directed by Jim Jenkins
Directed by Tim Godsall
Creative Directors: Justin Bilicki & Matt Herr
Directors: Justin Bilicki & Matt Herr
Directed by Ulf Johansson
Directed by David Shaffei
Snickers Valenties Day
Tiny Briefcase & Family Trip directed by Aaron Stoller
Shrink Ray directed by Harold Einstein
And a points based digital campaign that tested your golf knowledge.
FedEx Delivery Manager
Directed by Aaron Stoller
Directed by Steve Miller
Directed by Jake Szymanski
We Are Here - Art Show
"We Are Here" was a public art exhibition which contained over 40 original works of art created by nationally and internationally known local Detroit artists spanning multiple mediums and artistic movements. Abstract expressionism, photography, bold graffiti,engaging video installations and brilliant illustrations will showcase the spirit and shadows of our great city.
The purpose of this exhibition was to not only display these artistic pieces but to also create a "moment" where the creatives of Detroit can convene, share experiences and trade knowledge to become a collective art movement in its own and help our city thrive.
Below is my contribution.
My political cartoons have generated mixed reviews in hundreds of publications including The Los Angeles Times, Congressional Quarterly, amNewYork, Metro, New York Press, Washington Examiner, San Francisco Examiner, Real Detroit, Cincinnati Enquirer, Editor & Publisher, New City Chicago, and MSNBC.