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December 29th, 2017

Michael Tully


Michael is a senior copywriter at Unbridled in Denver, previously at The Integer Group. Good copywriting is all about taking advantage of opportunities to tell good stories, whether that’s in a Super Bowl spot or on a bar coaster. Michael went all out on a series of the latter for Coors (above), aimed at showing off Colorado pride. And now MC is a little bit smarter.

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/tullywood

October 16th, 2017

Alan McCoy


Alan is a senior copywriter in Dallas on the hunt for freelance or full-time. Since his last post on MC way back on 01.30.10, his book is 100% new—including projects for McDonald’s, Wells Fargo, 7-11, and a whole page of hand modeling. (Nice hands!) Definitely time for an update.

Portfolio: alanmccoy.com

August 18th, 2016

Jesse Alkire


Jesse is a copywriter/designer/comedian/troublemaker in Chicago. Crazy mix of projects on his site, from Teddy Goalsevelt to Drink It Interns (above). Love his Press page—makes MC wonder why more of us don’t have one. Dig it.

Portfolio: jessealkire.com

February 5th, 2016

Shea Tullos


Shea is a copywriter at Cactus in Denver. MC was laughing all the way through his portfolio, from the testimonials on the home page, to his Extracurriculars projects (would really like to hear some of those Hot Tubbin’ voicemails), to his References focus group. So funny.

Portfolio: sheatullos.com

November 17th, 2014

Jim Morrissey


Jim is a copywriter/creative director at O’Brien Advertising in Denver. His site is called The Good Endeavor, aptly titled with projects for Banner Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Colorado hospital/anti-tabacco initiatives, and QuitDoingIt.com, a cool-looking site to help young adults quit smoking.

Portfolio: thegoodendeavor.com

August 15th, 2012

Jay Roth

Jay is a senior copywriter in Denver. Lots of fun stuff in his portfolio, including mad libs biz cards for David Pahl Photography. If you’re a copywriter, at some point in your career you’re going to try a campaign/piece that uses mad libs, and 99.9999% of the time it will be DOA. Odds are, you’ll get feedback like “people hate word puzzles” or “people don’t like to read” or “that’s too much thinking.” Which is infuriating, because it’s true. But people should like to read, and they should like to think, and if we help them do that, aren’t we making the world a better place, one David Pahl Photography biz card at a time? These questions are too deep for MC. But nice work, Mr. Roth.

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/jayroth

May 11th, 2012

Scott Johnson

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.

Portfolio: scojomojo.com

February 20th, 2012

Shea Tullos

Shea is a copywriter at Trumpet in New Orleans. (MC’s first New Orleans shop, during Mardi Gras, DING.) Don’t leave without checking out his bonus section, Lagniappe. Which, by the way, is a word that entered English from Louisiana French. Is MC throwing Mardi Gras beads all over this post or what?

Portfolio: sheatullos.com

February 10th, 2012

Nikki Lott

Nikki is a copywriter/ACD at Integer in Dallas. Her site was submitted by friend of MC, Alan McCoy (thanks, man), who notes that she wrote the entire 7-Eleven site: from corn dog rollers to little chocolate donuts. Yum.

Portfolio: nikkilott.com

January 30th, 2012

Joel Maron

Joel is a senior copywriter at Integer in Denver. Don’t misses: CAT, Hooked On Phonics and NatureMade (print), falling snowflakes for Big Bear (TV), and an executive meltdown for Cisco (interactive).

Portfolio: joelmaron.com

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