June 30th, 2010
Carolyn is a freelance copywriter in Los Angeles. She’s got a shiny new Cargo site that looks fabulous. She’s divided her work into business categories: financial, auto, tech, beauty, etc. Hardly ever see that, but it’s smart for a full-time freelancer with the experience (and work) to do it.
June 29th, 2010
Paula is a copywriter/CD at mono in Minneapolis, Fallon before that. She gets co-writing credit, along with Tom Sebanc, for the Holiday Inn campaign I mentioned in yesterday’s post. Just hilarious. The rest of her site is a gold mine: Blu Dot, Harvard, Sesame Street, so smart. But you absolutely have to read the print campaign for Kool-Aid (above). Pee-your-pants writing.
June 25th, 2010
Lee Clow is MC’s second Honorary Copywriter. (Brock Davis was the first.) Why give the title to someone Ad Age named Advertising’s Art Director Guru? One reason: writing. If you don’t follow @leeclowsbeard yet on Twitter, you don’t know what you’re missing.
June 24th, 2010
Ellen is a copywriter at Deep Focus NYC, previously at AKQA. Being the Janet Champ fan I am, I’m always interested in the evolution of Nike Women. Ellen has a Nike Women Asia campaign in her book that’s pretty huge. Lots of other cool stuff for Nike, Xbox and Visa, too.
June 22nd, 2010
Sally was a copywriter/CD at W+K, Fallon, Martin, her own shop, and then she opened a CP+B office. Since then, she’s done more with her career than 10 average copywriters combined, including writing the popular book Radical Careering (above). What else can I say? She’s Sally Hogshead. Her career is what’s possible.
June 21st, 2010
Sam is a copywriter/CD at JWT in NYC. His site just rocks. Couple of don’t misses: first two spots of Fatty Golf Open (hilarious!) and, in Info, scroll down and check out the Client History Map. Never seen that.
June 18th, 2010
Aleix is a senior copywriter in Barcelona who’s done time at Publicis, BBDO and Atletico. Don’t misses: SEAT Toledo TVC (second spot, so simple, why haven’t I thought of that?) and WWF Print.
June 17th, 2010
Rebecca is a copywriter/ACD at AKQA NYC. Her site is super quirky fun. (Totally stole my theme song, BTW.) A little taste from her self-description: “West Virginia native but I still have most of my teeth. I’m allergic to cats, in need of a tan, and teach Easy Bake Oven cooking classes in my free time. (Very tiny meatloaves).” Want one! Don’t leave without checking out her Weird Fun page. It’s weird. And fun.
June 16th, 2010
Luke is a copywriter at Razorfish in NYC, AKQA before that. His portfolio is a blast to poke around and explore. On top of page two is a site for Benjamin Moore that’s described like this: “What is the color of Rock n’ Roll? What is the color of passion? Of power? Of sound? Discover how others view color and express your own.”
June 15th, 2010
Stephen is a copywriter/ACD at Gotham in NYC, Lowe and Ammirati before that. Go to the TELEVISION section and click on the Stella Artois spot “Femme Fatale.” I don’t know how they got the daughter to cry “Mommy!” like that. (Not sure I want to know.) But it’s sooo perfect.
June 14th, 2010
Miller is a copywriter/ACD at Energy BBDO in Chicago. Don’t misses: T-Mobile TV 3rd spot in (“And you can call that lady at my soccer games you always stare at”), Coinstar TV, T-Mobile Print 2nd ad in (on the spine, very cool), and in Other Stuff, “A running list of how white people complain.”
June 11th, 2010
Evan is Chief Creative Officer of Victors & Spoils, before that copywriter/CD/VP at CP+B. Probably don’t need to write more than that, do I? Absolutely, positively stellar.
June 10th, 2010
Mike is a copywriter at David & Goliath, before that Deutsch and GS&P. This is one tight site. Four very different, very awesome integrated campaigns, one short Other page, plus Mike’s résumé. Ka-pow.
June 9th, 2010
Eduardo is a copywriter/ACD at Ogilvy Interactive in São Paulo. (Lots of killer sites coming to MC from São Paulo.) There’s great work up and down his blog, and Whopper Face is a biggie. But I have to call out one old school print campaign that’s just awesome. Look for the post title “Second Hand Furniture.” Tagline is “More than furniture. Witnesses.”
June 8th, 2010
Liz is a copywriter/CD at Tribal DDB. So cool to see all of the different ways copywriters display their work. I was trying to think of how to describe Liz’s first five or six projects, and the word “placemats” popped into my head. Placemats with video, sound effects and links. So cool.
June 7th, 2010
Tim is a copywriter/GCD/VP at Hill Holiday in Boston. There are many sites on MC that make me jealous, but this one is way up there. So much great TV. I think I’ve watched “Karate” like 30 times now. And Miller Lite “Epidemic” (I can’t taste my beer!) is just awesome.
June 4th, 2010
Tim is a copywriter/ACD at BBDO in Detroit. He shares a site with art director/creative partner Steve Glinski. Much of the work on their site is GM, and you’ll recognize a lot of it. But there’s also some really great stuff I’d never seen – especially in Print. Anvil and Night Light are awesome.
June 3rd, 2010
Gary is a copywriter/CD at Ogilvy in Toronto, previously at TAXI, BBDO and TBWA. Don’t misses: Mercedes (print), Black Coffee (print), Honda (tv), Nedbank (tv), Virgin Atlantic (campaign).
June 2nd, 2010
Luis is a copywriter/CD at Leo Burnett in Mexico City, Ogilvy and Lowe before that. This is such an interesting portfolio for those of us in the states. It’s full of edgy work for what are very conservative clients here. In Print, check out the Proctor & Gamble Gain campaign. In Film, check out the Hasbro Monopoly vid.
Portfolio: Click here
June 1st, 2010
Edson is a copywriter at DM9DDB in São Paulo. Look what you can do by 25-years-old in Brazil. Wow. Most of Edson’s book is art directed by Rodrigo Bombana and it’s just beautiful.