August 31st, 2010
Sara graduated from VCU in 2004 and has been at Martin in Richmond ever since. So, if you graduated in 2004 but haven’t been at Martin ever since, you can check out Sara’s site and see what might have been yours. [Sigh] What might have been yours …
August 30th, 2010
Chris is a copywriter/CD in NYC. What a killer portfolio. Don’t misses: All four Work Samples on the home page and, if you’re somehow the one and only person who hasn’t seen the Smirnoff Green Tea Partay vid, check that out. West Coast, baby.
August 20th, 2010
Josh is a copywriter/CD in NYC, previously at DDB, Martin, W+K, TBWA Chiat, and GS&P. Once again proving MC’s theory that surfers make stellar copywriters.
August 19th, 2010
Andrew is a copywriter/ECD at NBC Universal, previously at CP+B, CAA, JWT, W+K, Leagas Delaney, and Fallon. I want this portfolio when I grow up. That’s all I have to say.
August 18th, 2010
Will is a senior copywriter at Razorfish in Portland. How much does MC love the Pacific Northwest? W+K, Razorfish, Publicis, Creature, Cole & Weber, WongDoody, Wexley School For Girls … awesome. Plus, U of Oregon (Ducks!). So much great advertising. And the best people anywhere.
Portfolio: Click here
August 17th, 2010
Jenna is a copywriter/CD in San Francisco who’s done time at Riney, W+K Amsterdam and Fallon. Don’t miss her Travel Writing section. Russia, Morocco, Rwanda, Japan, Vietnam, Tibet, Chile … seriously.
August 16th, 2010
Scott is a copywriter/CD in Chicago, previously at CP+B, Cramer Krasselt, Chiat Day, GS&P, Leagas Delaney, and W+K. His site is divided into two halves: Writer and Creative Director. Both are just stellar.
August 13th, 2010
Albert is a copywriter/CD previously at Fallon, Strawberry Frog, GS&P, and just holy crap wow. Uncork a bottle and lock the doors. His site is The Motherload.
August 12th, 2010
Brooks is a copywriter at GS&P in SF. He’s got a new site and some killer new work up on it. Last week, I wrote that Cargo is taking over the Creative Portfolio Universe and for good reason. Here, my friends, is this week’s evidence.
August 11th, 2010
Brian is a copywriter/CEO/CCO of Barkley in Kansas City. Don’t misses: Sonic Drive-in, Vintage Spyder Replicas, Johnson County Library, Creativity Symposium, and Motion Graphics (cool).
August 10th, 2010
Jason is a copywriter at Tribal DDB in Dallas. He’s got a deep site, with lots of digital and some serious words in there, too. Check out Believer Magazine, MADD and Alien Training Camp.
August 6th, 2010
Mandy is a copywriter at Goodby in San Francisco. She shares a site with art director/husband Aaron Dietz. Their site broken out into channels: DietzTV, Work, Picmap, News, Haircuts (including the photo above), etc. The Work page is a series of non-active thumbnails, plus a link to an article about Mandy and Aaron. So interesting!
August 5th, 2010
Jordan is a senior copywriter at TM in Dallas. On his site is a series of posters welcoming IT Specialists to a server convention in Las Vegas. No visuals. No budget. Just words and a drop of type design. That, my friends, is copywriting.
August 4th, 2010
John is a copywriter/ACD at RPA in Los Angeles, David & Goliath and McKinney before that. What’s better than going through someone’s site, seeing work you’ve never seen before, and laughing out loud because it’s hilarious and awesome? Well. Okay. The Spinach & Shaved Parmesean Pizza at Tommaso’s in San Francisco is better. But not much.
August 3rd, 2010
Peter is a senior copywriter at GS&P, previously at Y&R and Mullen. Ton of great work in his book for a really awesome mix of clients, from Sprint to the Sopranos. His site is hosted on Cargo, which has taken over the Portfolio Site Universe over the past three months, and for good reason. Clean, easy to nav, and makes work look tay-ay-asty.
August 2nd, 2010
David is a copywriter/CD in Dallas who, as he puts it on his LinkedIn profile, has spent the past nine years acting as a “marriage counselor between traditional and digital advertising.” From what I’m hearing, that’s something a lot of agencies are looking for these days.