January 28th, 2016
Michon Schmidt, Senior Producer at Sukle in Denver, is on the hunt for a copywriter. From Michon: “In a recent feature, CA wrote that Sukle punches above its weight. We’re looking for a writer that can do the same. If you have 7+ years of agency experience, and a book with work we’ve seen in some annuals, we want to meet you. Send your book to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why we should hire you. Salary commensurate with experience.”
Send your book and tell ’em why they should hire you: email@example.com
January 21st, 2016
Kyle is a copywriter at Red Lion in Toronto, Canada. Lots of fun stuff in his portfolio including three movie trailers for RBC Bank’s “The Mortgage” (above) that span three movie genres: romantic comedy, drama and horror. Don’t miss his video “Future Hipsters” for Social Media Week. That’s so what it’s going to be like. Yikes!
January 19th, 2016
Craig Likhite, Vice President/Creative Manager at Cramer-Krasselt, is on the hunt for a 360/retail copywriter to join their team in New York. From Craig: “Need 360 thinking for an electronics/tech retail client (In-store, POS, Digital, TV, Print, etc.). You’re all about great ideas and what to do with them. You’re passionate about your work and demanding when it comes to staying true to the brand. You’re open to input and always ready to make ideas bigger, better, as you strive to out-do yourself. Looking for 3-4 years of experience with a portfolio site filled with refreshing work, including TV, Digital, POS, In-store, etc.
On a day-to-day basis you will:
- Collaborate fully with the Nikon team to develop awesome concepts that implement strategy and direction from the brief
- Understand the client’s business and develop a solid working relationship with the team
- Anticipate and solve problems”
For more info or to apply, email Craig at: CLikhite@c-k.com
January 11th, 2016
Pete is a senior copywriter at Arnold Worldwide Boston. Lots of cool projects on his site for clients like SolarCity, Ram Trucks, Jack Daniel’s, Arbella Insurance, Progressive, Carbonite, Sprint, and WMBR (above). Love the airport baggage claim shredder for Sprint. So smart.
January 7th, 2016
Ladies and gentlemen, MC is honored to present the portfolio sites of 13 Chicago Portfolio School graduating copywriters (in alphabetical order):
Jillian Aramowicz – rightbrainedlefty.com
Zach Frazer – zachfrazer.com
Drew Given – drewgiven.com
Samuel Healy – samuelhealy.com
Corey Leifker – coreyleifker.com
Andrew Lieberman – andrewclieberman.com
Vincent Marocco – vincentmarocco.com
Brian Piazzi – brianpiazzi.com
Matthew Portman – mattportman.com
Lauren Riddoch – laurenriddoch.com
Heather Robertson – hiheather.com
Laurel Trojan – heythereitslo.com
Michelle Wardle – michellejwardle.com
January 6th, 2016
Heather is a new copywriter in Chicago after graduating from CPS, previously a Marketing Research Analyst for 10 years in Kansas City. If MC knows anything, it’s that great writers come from all walks. Speaking of which, Heather’s campaign for Idaho potatoes using real potatoes to spell out headlines makes MC happy, having grown up in Boise, Idaho. Impressive that she was able to keep from eating the fries long enough to shoot ’em. NOTE: If you’re a potato fan and haven’t tried Idaho Russet Twice Baked Potatoes with cheese, bacon, sour cream, butter, and sea salt, you should Google the recipe immediately.
January 5th, 2016
Lauren is a copywriter at DDB Chicago after graduating from CPS. She is the founder of Avocult, the official cult of the California Avocado, which MC shall be joining shortly. Don’t miss her About Me page, which gives the option of a 5 second bio, 10 second bio, 30 second bio, or “all the time in the world” bio. Which makes you want to read all four, of course. Smart.
January 4th, 2016
Matt is a new copywriter out of CPS, currently freelancing at Laughlin Constable in Chicago. Before he was a copywriter, Matt was a journalist, then a filmmaker, then a comedian (ding!), once again proving MC’s theory that comedians make great copywriters. Really funny stuff up and down Matt’s portfolio. Dig it.