August 27th, 2012
Michael is a copywriter in San Francisco. One of MC’s fave things about clicking through a CW’s print book is how quickly you get to see them write in completely different voices. Such a huge part of what we do—embodying the personalities of companies and speaking as them. Click through Michael’s print and you go from mischievous Hornitos, to witty HP, to a One Show headline, to (and here’s the big step) of-the-people Walmart. That’s what it’s all about.
April 25th, 2012
Diane is a copywriter/CD in NYC. For the past six-ish years, she’s been freelancing at big name shops like Arnold, BBDO, McCann, Draftfcb, Tribal DDB, and Team One. Her site is Carbonmade, and features 18 projects from a wide variety of those agencies in all kinds of media. Check it out.
December 19th, 2011
Bob is a copywriter/CD in Boulder and a fellow Duck (go Ducks!). In his Outdoor section, he has a campaign for the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame that features “the longest copy outdoor ads in American advertising.” About 10,500 words each. That’s what we like to see on MC. Only one complaint. Wish we could zoom in to read all of those beautiful words.
October 1st, 2010
Neil is a senior copywriter at BBDO West, formerly at TBWA and W+K. Jump on his site and scroll right through the years of his career and a killer mix of work: ESPN, World Series of Poker, 8th Continent Soy Milk, Snickers, Sci-Fi Channel, Vlasic Pickles …
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 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.
December 17th, 2009
Pete is a copywriter at Arnold Boston. His site is super quick: two spots, two print campaigns, two interactive campaigns, resumé, contact, done. Makes you want more. Makes you want to call Pete, “Hey, Pete. Love it! What else?” And, really, isn’t that the point of a portfolio site? To prompt that call? Yes. Yes it is.
December 2nd, 2009
Brian is a Senior Copywriter at Saatchi New York, but halfway through his print portfolio I had to double-check his rez to make sure he was a copywriter, not an art director. Why? Because his book is full of super clean, big idea, visually-driven work that KICKS ASS. Not to mention his TV. Damn.
November 22nd, 2009
Sam Pond is the radio master. I should put that in caps. Sam Pond is THE RADIO MASTER.