February 12th, 2010
Craig is a freelance copywriter/CD in Dallas and part of Giant Noodle. Before going freelance, he was ECD/Managing Partner of DDB Dallas, EVP/CD at Flavour, and SVP/ECD at BBDO Toronto. Craig’s site is in-the-making, so you may find an unfinished corner here or a locked door there. And you have to register to view his resumé. But no worries, it’s deep enough to go exploring as is, and I’ve already given you the gist of the rez. To me, someone who hasn’t ventured into the ECD/SVP/MP acronyms yet, one of the coolest things about the site is that you see CD Craig as much as you see CW Craig. He calls out exactly what his role was on each project. Love that.
February 11th, 2010
Max is a copywriter/CD in Los Angeles and part of Giant Noodle. Before going solo he was a CD at TM and Saatchi, and before that he wrote for Vitrorobertson, BBDO and Borders Perrin & Norrander. His site is one long scroll, left to right, and it’s a blast to go through. There’s a ton of great Toyota work, including the genius Unbreakable campaign that won everything. If you haven’t seen the Monster Truck spot, it’s a must.
February 9th, 2010
David is a freelance copywriter/CD in Richmond, VA, and part of Giant Noodle. Before going solo, he was a CD at Y&R and an ACD at Phillips Ramsey. My fave part of his site was watching the first thing on his reel, a classic Jaguar spot, and the last thing on his reel, an SNL skit that includes a parody of the spot. Screw awards. If SNL does your spot, you win.
February 8th, 2010
Mark is a freelance copywriter/CD in NYC and part of Giant Noodle. Before going freelance, he was an ECD, GCD, CD or ACD at oneseven, Saatchi, Y&R, Ammirati, BBDO, and DDB. To go through the work on his site, you first combine two heads representing new school and old school Mark into one mutant creature. Then you grab the mutant creature’s head and slide it down through campaigns that range from classic Cheerios TV to fun interactive banners for Ford.
January 30th, 2010
Julie is a copywriter/principal/ECD at Giant Noodle in Dallas. Her portfolio is just loaded with awesome writing. If you’ve ever had to pen something for the Super Bowl, for a client that didn’t officially sponsor the Super Bowl, you must check out Dean’s Dip.