February 13th, 2012
Joe is a senior copywriter in NYC. The first two pieces in his portfolio are self-created apps, Recco and Pee & Poo Save The World. About the latter, in Joe’s words: “It follows a pair of superhero …uhh… excrement in their epic quest to stop sinister aliens from abducting Earth’s baby animals.” Yes.
March 9th, 2011
Steven is a copywriter/ACD at AKQA. He’s got a shiny new site that begins with an absolutely hilarious Website Orientation Video Program. Love it love it love it.
January 21st, 2011
Jon is a senior copywriter at AKQA in DC. Bunch of cool work on his site for VW, The Force Unleashed 2, and Fallout 3. Also on the site is a wide variety of his art including visual and video series, projects, and a performance series entitled “Feed Me,” in which Jon’s friends do just that.
November 10th, 2010
Nathan is a copywriter at AKQA NY. I learn something from almost every portfolio site I visit. From Nathan’s, I learned exactly what I’m going to do in about 10 years, when my daughter starts dating. (Portfolio: TV/Radio: first spot) Thank you, Nathan.
October 11th, 2010
Lori is a senior copywriter/ACD in San Francisco, formerly at AKQA, GS&P and W+K. She’s got a bunch of cool interactive work on her site that was done recently, so I apologize for featuring the old milk board above. (Couldn’t help myself.) How about Lori’s site? And old-school Blogger simply titled BOOK. Who needs a fancy site when you have fancy work?
August 6th, 2010
Mandy is a copywriter at Goodby in San Francisco. She shares a site with art director/husband Aaron Dietz. Their site broken out into channels: DietzTV, Work, Picmap, News, Haircuts (including the photo above), etc. The Work page is a series of non-active thumbnails, plus a link to an article about Mandy and Aaron. So interesting!
July 2nd, 2010
Oliver is a freelance senior copywriter, currently at AKQA. From his LinkedIn profile: “I’ve been at it for over ten years and have never felt the need to see a shrink. That should count for something.” Amen, brother. Amen.
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 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.”
March 25th, 2010
Anne is a copywriter at Ogilvy NY, AKQA and GS&P before that. Don’t misses: Fanta, Coke.com, Court TV (above), and Anne’s blog NY Hearts You, Too.
January 26th, 2010
Brett is a copywriter at Arnold Boston, AKQA before that. He’s done some crazy amazing interactive, including work for the NHL, truth, and an absolutely outrageous site for Fallout 3.