September 28th, 2016
Tom is a Creative Strategist/Director/Designer in San Francisco. He might have just set a new record on MC with over 50 projects featured on his site for clients like Leinenkugel’s, McDonalds, Kellogg’s, Optima Batteries, Kalahari, and Henry Weinhard’s. So much good stuff.
February 16th, 2015
Been about a year since Chris’s last update on MC. Since then, he’s moved back to San Francisco and freelanced for Pereira O’dell, Camp+King, Muhtayzik Hoffer, Mekanism, and others. (Um, nice list there, geez.) So much great writing all over his site. This is a fun one.
April 30th, 2014
Since his last post on MC (wayyy back on 12.01.09), Chris has moved from Butler to Draftfcb to McKinney, where he’s now an ACD/writer. He’s also added a ton of killer new work to his site, including Chipotle, Travelocity and Priceline. Wayyy past time for an update.
January 22nd, 2014
Josh is a copywriter/ACD at Butler Shine Stern & Partners in Sausalito. His portfolio rocks. MC’s been hearing a bit of poo-pooing lately about Cargo—that while it’s clean, you can’t get the modern look you can with Squarespace. Might be true. And MC digs them both. But Josh’s portfolio proves that, if you’ve got the content, super-clean super-easy-to-nav is all you need.
May 11th, 2012
Scott is a senior copywriter at VITRO in San Diego. Know what makes MC happy? Flipping through a portfolio and seeing killer writing all over the place. Long copy writing. Pages and pages of it. Because that means someone was doing some writing, and selling some writing, and buying some writing, and producing some writing. Which makes MC happy. And that’s a good way to start a Friday.
January 18th, 2012
Aimee is a copywriter/ACD in Chicago. Her site was submitted by fellow CW Mike Tuton (big ups), and it’s easy to see why. All kids of awesome work for a cool variety of clients like Adidas, Sorel, Tilex, Piperllime and Chipotle. She’s also started a new card company called Brain Surgeons & Rocket Scientists (link below). Love it.
September 27th, 2010
Chris is a copywriter at Arnold, previously at Butler Shine and W+K. About the above ad, Chris writes: “Our campaign for Old Spice Hair & Body Wash pioneered the quasi-science of Hairchetypology. The print work reveals the known hairchetypes, while the online work encourages users to discover their own hair/body profile and what it says about them.” Name a better job than copywriter. Dare you.
July 9th, 2010
John is a copywriter/ACD at Butler Shine, CP+B and Cramer Krasselt before that. This, my friends, is a perfect Friday post. John’s got 20 killer projects on his site, some of them with as many as 10 pieces. Enough for Saturday and Sunday, too.
May 3rd, 2010
Mike is a copywriter/ACD at Arnold Boston, Butler Shine and CP+B before that. One of the things I like best about blog portfolio sites is how deep you can go, how much work you can show, without bogging down visitors with a billion clicks. Mike’s done a ton of killer work and his site is way deep. The blog format makes it fun to go exploring. Check out a Volvo piece here, BK there, Truth, Epson, VW, Earthlink, Monster, Puma, Miller Lite …
January 8th, 2010
Mike is a senior copywriter at Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners in Sausalito, Cole & Weber before that. Awesome awesome awesome site filled with amazing work. I’m a sucker for the long copy, and Mike’s writing on his US Department of State campaign is just beautiful. Give yourself some time to savor and enjoy this one.
December 9th, 2009
Robyn is a freelance copywriter in San Francisco, previously at Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners. Her book is filled with absolutely awesome writing – and I mean filled. She’s got a couple booklet/brochures for MINI that she just wrote the hell out of, including one of my all-time faves, Field Guide To Good Motoring. To top it off, she’s into taxidermy.
December 1st, 2009
Chris is a Senior Copywriter at Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners in Sausalito, and before that Arnold in Boston. As you’d expect from a guy who’s been at those two shops, his book is full of great writing that’s smart, surprising and funny as hell.