Client: American Express
Director: Johnnie Semerad
Production Co: QuietMan
Agency: McCann Erickson NY
Director: Erich Joiner
Production Co: Tool of North America
Director: Noah David Smith
Production Co: Humble
Director: Mackenzie Duncan
Production Co: Nomad Editorial
Directors: Drea Cooper & Zackary Canepari
Production Co: Slim Pictures
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We represent and market some of the best players in the advertising and filmmaking industry—directors, visual effects artists, editors, music composers, web developers and installation/experience creators who have a reputation for stellar work.
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Take This Lollipop is the new interactive, live action Facebook Connect experience from Tool of North America's Jason Zada. Over a million hits in under 2 days and has already been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, New York Times, Ad Week, and more! read more →
AdFreak is your daily digest of the best and worst of creativity in advertising, media, marketing and design. read more →
Matt Ogens of Tool teams up with 180LA on the new Mitsubishi campaign. Featured in both Creativity and Adweek
An accompanying TV and digital campaign positions Mitsubishi as a "likable" car and chronicles the journey of transforming Normal into something completely new. read more →
Slim Pictures director Nicolas Caicoya inspires us to be the best in this spot for Samsung's latest Android phone, created through Leo Burnett Chicago. read more →
Humble directing collaborative Hydra helms the newest video for Latin America's biggest rock band. A super-saturated, unabashedly theatrical production, Hydra pairs the stadium ready sweep of "Lluvia al Corazon" with a full dance company, a couple truckloads of props, and a stage design which we were told was "borderline physically impossible." read more →