November 29th, 2012
Sarah is a copywriter at Sanders/Wingo in Austin. (Her site was submitted by Nikki Lott at Integer. High-five, Nikki.) One of the things MC enjoys most, going through a CW’s portfolio, is seeing their personality come through the work. Spend 30 seconds on Sarah’s site, and you see it. Bad-ass. Also, be sure to check out her rad blog Badder Homes & Gardens, with Nikki and Krista Hogg. Awesome.
November 27th, 2012
Scott Maney, Chief Creative Officer at Breakaway in Boston (and friend of MC) is looking for a writer. From Scott: “Small, very unique shop of 15 in Boston. Less than 2 years old. Starting to explode with new work. Looking for a writer who can, and wants to, handle everything from TV to print to digital to social to product development. A lot of sports and lifestyle work. An energy brand. Consumer tech. Creatively-focused consumer products. Launching a new fashion e-commerce site. The list seems to grow every week. We have a venture capital arm too so we invest in cool companies. Definitely not the old school ad agency model.” Interested? Awesome. Email Scott at the address below.
Email Scott: firstname.lastname@example.org
Agency site: breakaway.com
November 19th, 2012
Kara Howard, Recruiting Specialist at The Via Agency in Portland, ME, is looking for a copywriter. (Click on the logo above to check out their site. It’s awesome.) From Kara: “The VIA Agency is looking for a Copywriter who doesn’t just dream big but brings big ideas to life. VIA specializes in tackling some of the toughest marketing challenges out there, period. So if you wanna make your mark doing work that is different, and makes a difference, give us a holler. Our clients include Samsung, Friendly’s, Welch’s, LoJack, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Perdue, and a host of other cool brands. Please note that while we are in Portland, Maine, we are an ambitious lot, attracting clients and talent from all over. We are hard workers, fun lovers and straight shooters. Put simply, if you’re smart, curious and one helluva copywriter, we would love to meet with you.”
Email Kara your portfolio/link (no calls, please) at: email@example.com
November 14th, 2012
Kapil is a freelance writer/CD in Boston. Before going full-time global freelance superstar, he spent five years at Modernista!, but really MC can’t list everywhere he’s worked because it’s pretty much everywhere awesome. As copywriters, what we do is commerce and art. Some a little more commerce. Some a little more art. When you land on Kapil’s site, you immediately know. It’s art.
November 13th, 2012
Kryssy Bloch, Director of Creative Recruiting at Rosetta, is looking for a Digital CD for their LA office and several Mid-level copywriters for their San Luis Obispo office. From Kryssy: “Rosetta is a consulting-centered interactive agency engineered to transform marketing for the connected world. Our mission is to be a catalyst for growth, driving material business impact by translating deep consumer insights into personally relevant brand experiences across touch points and over time. Our unique capabilities and the way we activate them have enabled our market leadership position, operating as an independent brand in the Publicis Groupe of global agencies.”
To apply, submit a portfolio link or PDF to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, apply on their career page at: rosetta.com/about/careers
November 7th, 2012
Erik is a copywriter/CD at Goodby in San Francisco. He shares a portfolio site with partner/AD Anthony Decarolis, and their work is just ridiculous awesome. MC had a tough time selecting which piece to feature, but you can’t go wrong with Cheetos Flamin’ Hot fingers dialing 911. Brilliant.
November 5th, 2012
Mike is a copywriter/CD in Dallas. He spent a serious chunk of time at The Richards Group (12 years), and his Behance portfolio is full of all kinds of Home Depot work—including the above billboard that hung at Texas Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, owned by Jerry Jones. MC is neutral in all matters, and respects all 50 states, including Texas which is home to more than one great city and many, many awesome, creative people. But there’s no denying it. There’s only one Texas.