February 1st, 2016
Eric is a copywriter/ACD who just moved from Minneapolis to Portland (and is looking for freelance or full-time). Lots of killer headlines up and down his portfolio, including projects for Raymond James, Kubota, and Wolverine (above). Don’t miss his genius Finnegans Reverse Food Truck. Or his Forever 21 Hologram Runway, so cool.
January 13th, 2015
Phil is a full-time freelance copywriter in Minneapolis. Since his last post on MC (03.10.14), he’s added new work to his site and some new shops to his already stupid experience list. From Phil: “There’s no getting around it: I’ve been writing ads and ad-like things for a really long goddamn time. Since 1986, I’ve created stuff for pretty much every conceivable industry, in pretty much every conceivable medium—at, I would contend, a pretty consistently high level. And to think that this kind of experience, and this level of wordsmithing, are available on a freelance basis to one and all…the mind reels.”
March 14th, 2011
John is a copywriter/CD in Minneapolis, formerly at Martin Williams and Carmichael Lynch. In Television, click on Staples and watch the second spot. One of my all-time faves.
July 8th, 2010
Tom is a copywriter/senior creative exec in Minneapolis, formerly EVP/ECD at both Arnold and Martin Williams. What, you ask, does someone with those credentials put in their portfolio? Well, MC answers, see for yourself.
July 7th, 2010
Erik is a copywriter at Risdall in Minneapolis, previously at Brooklyn Point, Martin Williams and Carmichael Lynch. Don’t misses: Crumpler Custom Bags vid (cool to see someone actually making the custom bags) and letters from Hell’s Kitchen NYC to OJ, Manson and Skilling.
February 3rd, 2010
Linda is a freelance copywriter in Minneapolis. Before going solo she spent time at Carmichael Lynch, Martin/Williams and Fallon. There’s a smart, gritty edge to a lot of her work: Harley-Davidson, Museum of Death, E*Trade, Mediawise, awesomeness.
February 1st, 2010
Brian is a freelance copywriter/CD in Minneapolis. Before going solo he spent time at Fallon (Group CD), CP+B, Carmichael Lynch, and Martin/Williams. Books don’t get much better than this, and I’ll just leave it at that. [Pause] Okay, one more thing. I remember first seeing the above outdoor board with my art director when I was still in SF. We both just freaked out. One of my fave lines EVER. Okay. Done now.
January 22nd, 2010
Brock Davis is an art director/Group CD at Carmichael Lynch in Minneapolis, and MC’s first Honorary Copywriter. Check out the top link on the left: msced09. It stands for “Make Something Cool Every Day” which Brock did every day of 2009. Scrolling through it will blow your mind. Killer idea after killer idea.