April 17th, 2014
Taylor is a copywriter/acd at R/West in Portland. After checking out his portfolio (don’t miss the First Tech spot with the pen, “A pen. Notice anything different about it? No chain attached.” Yes.), click over to his Culture page and behold Cruisedays On The Roof, which is all about watching Tom Cruise movies on the agency roof. (See Ice Man ice sculpture above.) Warning: there’s a tight-whitey shot halfway down the page.
April 16th, 2014
Ben is a copywriter at Draftfcb in Chicago. Since his last post on MC, just after graduating from Circus (09.28.12), he’s spent time at INNOCEAN in Orange County and now Draftfcb. His book is in that in-between stage, part student and part produced, which MC digs seeing the most. So interesting to check out what writers create in school, and what that means in agency life, at this shop or that. Clicking through Ben’s site, MC totally remembered his school book vibe. And watching his FootJoy video, it’s like, yep, there he is—Bag Checking a pro golfer, just hoping to find Atomic Fireballs or Laphroaig.
April 14th, 2014
Jenny is a copywriter at Ogilvy in NYC, just over a year into it. Her book is in that part-student/part-produced stage that MC loves to see. Jenny’s got nine projects up on her site at the time of this post, three produced for UPS & Ferrari, Philips Norelco Social, and Big Ad Gig/Bully Prevention, plus six student campaigns. MC had no choice but to post a piece from her student campaign for Half Price Books, featuring The Cat In The Hat plus Gulliver’s Travels (originally titled “Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of Several Ships” for the literary among us). ”Two books for the price of one.” Nice.
April 9th, 2014
Sara Greene, Director of Talent Management at Factory Labs in Denver, is on the hunt for a Senior Copywriter (would also consider an ACD/CW for the right person). For a detailed job description or to apply, click the link below. To check out Factory Labs, click the image above. From the job description: “The Senior Copywriter is a senior-level position within the agency, with the potential to move into a management role. Senior Copywriters collaborate with account, media and creative teams to strategize, develop and produce work across every medium, from broadcast and print, to web and mobile applications. Roles and responsibilities include owning creative assignments as a lead team member, concepting, presenting and crafting the work, and playing an integral role in new business pitches.”
For job description or to apply: Click here
April 8th, 2014
Jeremias Stelter, Recruitment Director at Code and Theory NYC, is on the hunt for a copywriter. From Jeremias: “Who are we? We’re Code and Theory – specifically the brand side of our company, where we work on everything from Dr Pepper, to Burger King, to Jack Daniel’s. We’re looking for a copywriter with 2-4 years agency experience to join the team.
Who are you? You’re getting good at presenting your work, you love what you do, you get excited about doing work that’s never been done before, you can write headlines, and idea statements, and come up with big integrated ideas. You’ll be working on one of America’s biggest soda brands, with some whiskey on the side. You’ll be working with a partner. And having a good time in the heart of SoHo as part of one of the fastest growing digital agencies in the US. You’ll even be allowed to bring in your dog from time to time.”
Send your URL to Jeremias at: email@example.com
April 7th, 2014
Bryan is a new copywriter in NYC, having just finished up his first portfolio at Adhouse. (Big ups, Bryan!) Lots of fun writing on his site for brands like Bolt Bus, Major League Soccer, Strand Bookstore, and Money Magazine. Can’t wait to see where he lands.
April 3rd, 2014
Wells Fargo is on the hunt for both a senior copywriter and a senior art director to join their in-house Enterprise Creative Group in either the Bay Area or Charlotte (your choice). From Wells Fargo, on the CW position: “This is a newly created role within the Enterprise Creative Group that will work under the direction of our Creative Director. The Senior Copywriter will work across a range of digital and traditional projects including print, video, online advertising and digital direct response with an emphasis on creating effective and breakthrough direct mail communications.
The ideal candidate has:
- 10+ years of experience in an agency or in-house agency environment
- Experience with various marketing executions, including print, video, online advertising and digital media, with focus on direct mail
- Experience managing a team with focus on communication, engagement and leadership, a demonstrated ability to effectively communicate constructive feedback, coordinate, motivate, and supervise project teams
- Experience working across the enterprise, forming effective partnerships with multiple areas of the company
- Experience working in a fast-paced, constantly-changing, matrix-management organization while multiple competing priorities present”
For the full SR CW info/to apply: Click Here search Requisition Number 3856617
For the full SR AD info/to apply: Click Here search Requisition Number 3856615
April 3rd, 2014
Stevie is a copywriter in London, currently freelancing at Droga5, previously at Channel 4 and Mother. He shares a site with AD/creative partner Emily Churches. Don’t miss Gay Mountain—their video showing Channel 4′s support of gay athletes at the Olympics in Sochi. Rawrrr.
April 2nd, 2014
James is a copywriter/art director/CD in Milwaukee, on the hunt for his next adventure. Notice the CW/AD slash in his title. How many CWs have fantasized about having that slash? “I know my copy is great. It just needs to be designed different. If only …” and then you wake up, still seeing some ghost of the perfect layout in your mind, but not clearly enough to do it yourself, and besides, you don’t really know how to do type in InDesign anyway, even if you do know the kerning button. Dang.
March 31st, 2014
Keat is a senior copywriter at Free Agents in Richmond, VA, and an adjunct instructor at VCU. Awesome to see portfolios come in from long-time Richmond creatives. (Big-ups, Keat.) Such a strong community there, led by Martin and VCU. Dig it. More, please!
March 27th, 2014
Steve Krumrei, VP/CFO at Hiebing in Madison, Wisconsin, is on the hunt for a writer. From Steve: “Hiebing is in search of brand storyteller whose boundless enthusiasm for creating breakthrough ideas is as evident as your love for crafting intelligent prose. Here you’ll contribute across mediums, from print ads and brochures to radio and television commercials—and, of course, all things digital. Ours is an agency where your ability to communicate and collaborate is a sure path to success. Now let’s see what you’ve got.
- Communicating ideas in simple, powerful terms
- Penning long- and short-form copy that inspires audiences
- Learning our Message Strategy process and taking part in it
- Engaging with partners and clients in meetings and presentations
- Working across mediums
- Making the work process fun and contributing to our culture
- 3-6 years of agency experience
- A portfolio demonstrating your range of great thinking and skillful touch
To apply, email rez/link to: firstname.lastname@example.org
March 27th, 2014
Jason is a copywriter/CD at The Buntin Group in Nashville. He’s got my favorite all-time McDonald’s spot in his portfolio (above), which MC has no choice but to feature in his post—though he has plenty of new work in on his site, too. So good. Just so so good.
March 26th, 2014
Jayant is Creative Copy Group Head at Publicis in Mumbai, India. How does a copywriter get a campaign of straight-up palindromes in his portfolio? When it’s a campaign for the Skoda Laura with Parktronic, which drives the same forward or backward. Tip o’ the Hat, Jayant. Palindromes!
March 24th, 2014
Joe is a senior copywriter at Bernstein-Rein in Kansas City. Bunch of fun stuff on his site, including a spot in the Filet-o-Fish Submarine, outdoor for the Hostess Comeback, terrifying showers for Beauty Brands, and Bon Appétightwad for McD’s Grilled Onion Cheddar Burger (nice).
March 23rd, 2014
Since his last post on MC (07.13.2010 “Elf Yourself”), Nick has become a writer/director—first with his short The First Day and soon with his first feature No Retreat. Nick is currently trying to raise $10k through indiegogo to produce it, and has over $7k so far. Check it out at the link below. You can also visit his portfolio site at the link below that.
Nick’s portfolio: nickzafonte.com
March 19th, 2014
Elizabeth is a copywriter/ACD at Kirshenbaum in NYC. She’s got tons of awesome work for BMW all over her site, and that’s really what MC should have featured above. But then, as Elizabeth put it, “Diamonds are a copywriter’s best friend.” Don’t miss Wall Street Journal Print, with side-by-side ads for the BMW 6 and 7 … Sterling, Draper … so good.
March 17th, 2014
Bevan is a copywriter in NYC. Since her last post on MC (6.10.13), she’s added a bunch of new work to her site including “Spread the Jam” for the Jam Wireless Speaker. Which looks like a giant food fight (with different flavored jams) slash rave on the streets of NYC. At some point, there was a producer who had to order a permit for that. “So, yeah, we’ve got these buckets of jam …”
March 13th, 2014
Kay Sim, Talent Manager at 160over90, is on the hunt for copywriters at all levels for their Newport Beach and Philadelphia offices. From Kay: “We’re looking for ambitious copywriters to join our tight-knit creative department and continue pushing our work forward. Participation doesn’t begin after the brief is written; you’ll be a part of the research and client discovery meetings from Day One. Here, you’re more than a copywriter. You’re a thinker, conceiver, strategist, author, problem-solver, and architect of brands. When you do write, sometimes you will need to tell a compelling story throughout a university viewbook. Other times, you’ll craft a two-word anthem that will travel the globe alongside a swoosh. In between, there will be TV spots, billboards, websites, radio spots, print ads, t-shirts, Times Square displays, pop-up stores, and social media campaigns for clients like elite Italian automakers, sophisticated espresso machine designers, the Fighting Irish, and an Eagle.” To learn more about 160over90, check out their site by clicking the image above. To apply, click the link below.
Apply at: 160over90.com/jobs