Sparkling Ice is an international water company from Preston, Wa and Be Not Bland was the campaign that won us AOR business. We took Be Not Bland and ran with it creating upside-down-right-side-up television spots, making recycling jokes, paper airplane magazine ads, pull tab things and more!
How do you get people excited for a museum changing its name (for the fifth time in 16 years), without revealing what the new name is (Museum of Pop Culture), and without being able to use pop culture icons/logos/fonts/images/names (licensing costs). Phew!
The Challenge: Brooks Running was moving its headquarters to Fremont, a Seattle neighborhood known for its eclectic artwork and close-knit community
The Project: The Brooks Medalist, a permanent, 11-foot statue forged from medals donated by Brooks runners everywhere.
Each medal represents a personal accomplishment and a unique story
Dragon Days takes viewers back to a simpler time when dragons and humans co-existed peacefully… and then burns it all to the ground. The tongue-in-cheek spot seamlessly contrasts the cheesy, 2-D morning cartoon style of the ‘80’s and ‘90s with modern War Dragons’ rich 3D graphics. Renowned SNL/TV Fun House animator, J.J. Sedelmaier, was chosen as the project’s creative director due to his sharp sense of humor and visionary comedic work.
Amazon created a new program for 13-17 year olds allowing them to have their own private login, while still being able to shop with their parent's credit card. They asked us for a social and pre-roll campaign to launch the offering – empowering teens, and ultimately, driving sign-ups.
With a small budget, KEEN footwear asked to launch their new shoe "UNEEK". The weirdness of shoes name could have been seen as a weakness, but we saw it as its greatest strength. So we doubled down on it with the campaign “Unique UNEEK.”
All in all, the best shoe launch in KEEN history.
At the LYNC 2014 Conference, attendees celebrated the modern convenience of communication & collaboration that is LYNC by smashing all the old business "tools" they no longer needed. The SLYNCSHOT was both a huge live event and an online phenomenom : social activity for the conference was up 291% from last year. Yes, an actual 291%. The experience was awarded Microsoft's top internal and worldwide award for the best social program of 2014 and a Silver Addy.
Nordstrom Rack is growing at an incredible pace, opening dozens of stores across the U.S. each year. We supported new Nordstrom Rack store openings with experiential campaigns aimed at driving brand awareness and generating excitement in the local communities.
Finding the Find is the exact feeling everyone gets when they find that perfect item at Value Village for like 3 dollars. It’s exhilarating!
ODESZA came to us to create a unique experiential launch for their third studio album A Moment Apart.
The experience was kicked off with map coordinates posted on the bands social, which led to a mysterious door in Seattle, which led to a mobile experience with moments from the bands lives—giving viewers a secret morse code clue to unreleased tracks from their new album. Whoa! That was a lot.
Enjoy here: amomentapart.com
Amazon wanted college students to know about their new on-campus, same-day delivery pickup lockers. So we got them that campaign thing, showcasing the unique and sometime bizarre products that Amazon has to offer.
The Presidents of the United States of America (the band) approached me to design and create the album art for their sixth and final studio album. My 10 year old 'Peaches' loving self thought it was certainly surreal to work on.
DOPL is a review app a lot like Yelp except it tailors its reviews to your preferences. So if you were a cat looking for other cats you wouldn't want to run into a bunch of dogs.
Ultimately, we wanted people to remember DOPL in a fun and bizarre way.
Here are a few posters that I've been asked to design for bands over the years.