August 29th, 2016
David is a freelance copywriter/filmmaker in Austin, Texas. In addition to projects for MetLife, Amstel Light, Verizon, and Heineken on his site, you can view the trailer for his first feature film, Spoiler Alert. Love to see a copywriter who’s pursuing big screen dreams at the same time. Big ups!
March 31st, 2015
Stephen is a copywriter/CD at Ogilvy in NYC. Since his last post on MC (06.15.10), he moved to Ogilvy from Gotham and added a bunch of new work to his site—including the web series “Always Open” for Denny’s (above, from Gotham) with Dave Koechner, featuring comedians like Will Arnett, Amy Poehler and Sarah Silverman. Dig it.
August 5th, 2014
Michelle is a copywriter/ACD at Code and Theory in NYC. Lots of great work all over her site, but extra big ups for her project Rethink Breast Cancer. So awesome to see a CW using her powers for good, and it doesn’t get much gooder than Breast Cancer: The Musical (above). Dig it.
January 10th, 2014
Chris is a freelance copywriter/ACD in Mobile, Alabama. His site was submitted by fellow CW Scott Shalles (big ups, Scott). Lots of great writing all over Chris’s site, including a super long copy piece for The Simplicity Plan that actually makes death seem not so bad. Or, not as bad. Nice.
October 24th, 2013
Christian is a copywriter at Publicis Mojo in Brisbane, Australia (MC’s first from Brisbane), but most of the work on his site is for Vietnamese clients. Which MC finds fascinating. Any other Australian CWs interested in submitting? MC would love to see more.
August 26th, 2013
Andrew is a freelance copywriter/CD based in Los Angeles, available globally (previous MC post 3.19.12). He’s all about cars. His entire portfolio is cars — and when you scroll through it, you quickly realize he’s worked on just about every car brand out there. He recently traded in his old site for a new 2013 model (tumblr), so time for an MC update.
March 15th, 2013
Brad is a copywriter/Global CD for Accenture at TBWA Chiat/Day NYC. His resume is sick: Chiat, W+K, GS+P, BBDO, 180. His site is loaded with big campaigns for monster clients like Pepsi, GE, Adidas, Old Navy, and includes a couple of classics for Got Milk? and Airwalk. Good times.
February 8th, 2013
Stefani is a copywriter/CD in Austin. Over the years, she’s worked with Crispin, Porter & Bogusky, Ground Zero, BBDO, Ogilvy & Mather, Lowe Worldwide, and GSD&M. And now she’s got a shiny new portfolio site to show it off.
March 19th, 2012
Andrew is a freelance copywriter/CD in the States and Asia. He loves cars. All kinds of cars. And he’s on a mission to do work for as many car brands as he can: Mercedes, Porsche, BMW, Scion, Cadillac, Acura, Infiniti, the list goes on. Gotta say, if you’re going to pick a category to go after, cars is a good one. Andrew’s site has a page titled Super Bowl TV, and he’s got four spots up there. Nice.
July 28th, 2010
Kon is a copywriter/planner at Jeh United in Thailand, previously at Lowe, Ogilvy and TBWA. So much to discover on his site. Awesome Thai director (Thanonchai Sornsrivichai), great Thai agency (Jeh United), and a bar called Ronnie’s World Famous Sex Shop For Ice Cold Beer.
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 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
January 27th, 2010
Jennifer is a copywriter/ACD at Energy BBDO in Chicago. She shares a site with art director/creative partner Krystyn Campbell. They call themselves AdCreatures and they look like a hell of a lot of fun (as well as super talented). Check out Jennifer’s Save The Date postcard, the last piece in Other. Tell me you don’t wish you were at that wedding.