June 27th, 2016
Mark is a freelance copywriter/ACD in Boston with a brand new Squarespace site. One of the coolest things about looking through writer portfolio sites is seeing all of the ways that we market ourselves as storytellers. While most of us are now either on Squarespace or Cargo, the ways in which we tell our stories on those platforms can be very different.
January 11th, 2016
Pete is a senior copywriter at Arnold Worldwide Boston. Lots of cool projects on his site for clients like SolarCity, Ram Trucks, Jack Daniel’s, Arbella Insurance, Progressive, Carbonite, Sprint, and WMBR (above). Love the airport baggage claim shredder for Sprint. So smart.
June 15th, 2015
Mark is a writer/ACD at Y&R Chicago. Since his last post on MC (way back on 10.25.10), he’s revamped his site and loaded it with all kinds of new projects: Tyson Anytizers (above, “I’m starrrving!”), Dunkin’ Donuts, Progressive, Ocean Spray, Volvo, and more. Way past time for an update. Way past time for MC to heat up some Boneless Chicken Wyngz. Not kidding.
February 9th, 2015
Kerry is a copywriter/CD in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. She’s also a good friend/former agency comrade of MC, from all the way back when Arnold had a San Francisco shop. (Was it really that long ago?) So happy to have her posted up, at last. Dig it.
August 29th, 2014
Brian is a freelance senior copywriter in Los Angeles. Lots of web and print work on his Krop site, including several visual print campaigns for Yokohama tires. MC has received a bunch of emails lately asking the best way to find freelance writers based on location (including Los Angeles). All writers on MC are tagged with their location at the time of their post. So, all you have to do is scroll down the sidebar to the right until you reach LOCATION. Then find the city or country you’re looking for and click on it. Those writers will appear as their own page. That easy!
August 1st, 2014
David is a copywriter/CD in Atlanta. Don’t miss his social campaign for RaceTrac (convenience stores and gas stations in the southern United States) around their “endless bevy of fountain drinks,” for which David got to make up fictitious soda concoctions and name them—the ultimate dream job of every 13-year-old boy who ever lived in the southern United States. Good times.
October 29th, 2012
Maureen Lawson, Recruiting Manager at Digitas Boston, is looking for a couple of ACD/Copywriters, one for Digitas Boston and one for Digitas Detroit. From Maureen: “What’s unique about Digitas? We are the top integrated brand agency with digital at our core and offices in 19 countries. We build active brands that inspire people to take action. We create business impact for Fortune 500 multi-national brands by pairing marketing, technology, creativity, media, and analytics. We’re leading the industry in mobile and social. What else? We have fun. We celebrate talent, we eat bagels together on Fridays, we let loose during creative recess, we compete at Digibowl tournaments, and we get dirty volunteering together in our communities. We have a one-of-a-kind culture. It’s the reason that, in the last two years alone, we’ve earned spots on over 20 awards lists like Coolest Places to Work and Best Companies to Work For. We have an environment at Digitas that fuels us to stay at the forefront of our industry.”
Learn more and apply here: digitas.com
(Click Careers, search for Associate Creative Director, Boston or Detroit locations)
October 17th, 2012
Lane is a copywriter/ACD at Critical Mass in NYC, formerly at mcgarrybowen, Digitas, Hill Holiday, and FCB. Like many writers, he’s done some interesting stuff on the side, too. Like being Editor of Capital, a lifestyle magazine for the financial services industry. You can click through an issue in the Editorial section of Lane’s site. Very cool.
February 9th, 2012
Quick Thursday update, CWs. Digitas Boston is still looking for a Senior Copywriter to work on an account with plenty of delicious digital. For more info about Digitas, job descriptions, or to apply, email Carolyn Sweeney, Digitas Creative Recruiter, at the address below.
January 11th, 2012
Carolyn Sweeney, Creative Recruiter for Digitas Boston, is looking for Senior Copywriters (more than one) and a straight-up Copywriter. From Carolyn: “Ready to do stuff nobody’s ever tried before? To work somewhere your colleagues not only get your ideas, but your jokes? And even your parents have heard of your clients? Welcome to Digitas. Our unique ebusiness model integrates digital strategy, web technology, creative, and marketing for the world’s top companies. You’ll be bombarded with new challenges—and inspired by people who are trailblazers, genuine, and accountable.” Um, yes please.
For info about Digitas, detailed job descriptions, or to apply, email Carolyn at the address below.
November 18th, 2011
Caroline is a senior copywriter at Digitas in Chicago. Don’t miss: Starburst. So true: the asterisk* on her Post adult cereals campaign. “Try talking about the natural advantage of fiber without having it sound like poop.” Word.
October 3rd, 2011
Brett is a copywriter/ACD at Colangelo in NYC. Awesome mix of work on his site, from print to banners. Can we talk about banners for a second? The best way to show ’em? We think Brett’s nailed it. Motion screen capture, edited into a little video, and then posted on Vimeo. Easy for everyone. (NOTE: Motion capture software. We like iShowU. You can get it at shinywhitebox.com for $30.)
January 5th, 2011
Paul is a senior copywriter at IQ in Atlanta. Some awesome writing in his book, including hilarious South Park Little League yard signs. His site is hosted on Krop, the second on MC. From Paul’s LinkedIn page: “Not sure how cool this is, but I worked at Disney World as Chip & Dale while at school.” So cool.
October 25th, 2010
Mark is a senior copywriter at Arnold Boston. Check out the campaign he wrote for Progressive. How many opportunities do you get to do something like that? Not many. Tip ‘o the Hat.
November 25th, 2009
Matt is a San Francisco copywriter who, as it happens, was a college buddy of mine at U of Oregon. You know what’s not fair about writers like Matt? Writers who worked at good interactive shops like T3? Their slick sites that you just know were done in 30 minutes by one of their punk interactive buddies. Whatever, Matt. The rest of us use blogs. Free blogs. Like writers are supposed to use. Jerk.