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March 20th, 2017

Jon Arnold


Jon is VP/CD/AD at BOHAN in Nashville. Since his last post on MC (09.17.14), he’s got all kinds of cool new work up on his site: Coolville. As a writer, one of the first things MC looks at in designer portfolios is typography. Don’t miss Jon’s typography page in the design section of his site (awesome). But there’s great type all over his site, including in his Mars One project (above, featured under art direction). Take me, please.

Portfolio: thecoolville.squarespace.com

January 5th, 2017

Scott Key


Scott is a copywriter (available for full-time or freelance) in Boston, previously at Allen & Gerritsen. Check out his social videos for Caron Comprehensive Addiction Treatment (above), which are beautifully shot—especially for social vids. Well done.

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/scottkey

June 23rd, 2016

Alison Hammer


Alison is a copywriter/CD at MARC USA in Pittsburgh, PA. She’s got a crazy variety of projects up on her site, including online videos for verisign that look like they would have been a blast to shoot. “Ok, fish—hit him!” Also, don’t miss her Hate Mail page. We’ve all gotten it. Nice to see it proudly displayed.

Portfolio: alisonhammer.com

December 7th, 2015

Théo Wallace


Théo is a freelance copywriter/CD in Los Angeles. Since his last post on MC (way back on 10.12.12), he’s got a new Squarespace site and all kinds of new work on it. Time for an update!

Portfolio: theo-wallace.squarespace.com

August 12th, 2015

Adam Koehler


Adam is a copywriter/ACD at McCann in NYC. Since his last post on MC (back on 8.08.12), he’s added projects for Microsoft, CFP and Progressive (awesome Flo print campaign). He’s also written a book, The Path To Unenlightenment. Anytime you get to say, “Since the last time I was here I’ve written a book” you’re good. Dig it.

Portfolio: adamkoehlercreative.com

June 15th, 2015

Mark Hohenschau


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.

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/markhohenschau

April 16th, 2015

Rich Black


Rich is a copywriter/ACD at Downtown Partners Chicago. Since his last post on MC five years ago (04.03.10, has it really been that long?), Rich has spent time at Cramer-Krasselt as the lead writer on Porsche—I really hope that means he got to drive one for free—and then moved to Downtown Partners. And took his Cayman with him??

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/brightblack

April 3rd, 2015

Bryan Karr


Bryan is a writer at Venables Bell in San Francisco. Since his last post on MC (4.23.12), he moved to Venables from Leo Burnett Chicago and added new work to his site, including Audi and Skyy Vodka. Love the Audi spot (above). That’s exactly what the world is going to be like once Amazon starts using drones for delivery. Unfortunately, MC only has a Honda. Yikes!

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/bryankarr

September 17th, 2014

UPDATE: Jon Arnold


Jon is a VP/CD/AD at BOHAN in Nashville, and one of the few honorary art directors on MC. Love what he does with words. Since is last post (12.26.12), he’s got a new Squarespace site (beautiful) and all kinds of new work on it. Time for an update!

Portfolio: thecoolville.squarespace.com

August 19th, 2014

UPDATE: Ryan Falch


Since his last post on MC three years ago (08.24.11, has it been that long?), Ryan’s moved back to the States—after 6+ years in Shanghai—and put together a new Cargo site with killer work all over it. Time for an update!

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/betweenthedials

November 21st, 2013

Senior CW Wanted: Mullen Boston


Tammy Skuraton, VP/Creative Manager at Mullen Boston, is on the hunt for a senior copywriter. From Tammy: “Mullen Boston is seeking a senior copywriter who can produce bold, strategic, and persuasive messages in all media and come up with smart, creative solutions based on an agreed strategy. You need to realize that even the smallest job can become incredible, and that those small jobs open the door to the massive opportunity. You must be able to work both individually and in a team to come up with original ideas and be good at clear, concise and tenable writing. Grammatical and material accuracy are essential, as well as excellent verbal communication skills. We look for innovative contributors who keep abreast of current trends and technological advances, so that their ideas not only work but are culture changing. You should be able to participate in and contribute to new business activities as well as inspire continuous engaging messaging for existing clients. Your writing should be multidimensional and able to be translated into interactive content. Be prepared to get into the trenches with us and take advantage of every opportunity. Send us your portfolio. We want to see smart, brand-building ideas and executions that are extraordinary and memorable.”

Contact Tammy at: Tskuraton@mullen.com

May 2nd, 2013

Tom Goodrich

Tom is a copywriter/ACD at Factory Labs in Denver. All kinds of inspiring work for athletics brands on his site: The North Face, Oakley, Callaway, Killington Mountain Resort (“The Beast” above), and Gatorade. Almost enough to make MC want to go for a run. Almost.

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/tomgoodrich

December 26th, 2012

UPDATE: Jon Arnold

Jon is a VP/CD/AD at BOHAN in Nashville. (Previous post on 12.19.11.) We honor ADs here on MC who honor words, and clicking through Jon’s work there’s no doubt about that. Since his last post on MC, he’s updated his site with a new tumblr design and it looks H.O.T. Love it. Definitely worth an update.

Portfolio: coolville4.tumblr.com

December 17th, 2012

UPDATE: Tom Archer

Tom is a senior copywriter at Cramer-Krasselt in Milwaukee. (Previous post 2.09.11.) He’s updated some things and got some new work up, so it’s time for an update. One thing that didn’t change is his site URL. One of the best ever.

Portfolio: alongwayforahamsandwich.com

August 8th, 2012

Adam Koehler

Adam is a senior copywriter at Mullen, NC. Lots of killer work in his book, and great writing all over it: headlines to dialogue to office gambling. Plus, a spot featuring LeBron James that is real-deal funny. NICE. Tip o’ the Hat, Mr. Koehler.

Portfolio: adamkoehlercreative.com

June 8th, 2012

Sarah Mosseller

Sarah is a copywriter at Mullen in Winston-Salem, NC. Her book is right at that stage when it’s half-produced (four projects), half-spec (five projects), and you get to see both. Fun for those of us looking through it, but a painful time for creatives. What goes in? What comes out? Produced is worth more than spec, but by how much? Arg.

Portfolio: isellmoss.com

May 17th, 2012

Elena Romeu

Elena is a copywriter at Mullen in Boston. Before that, she was a receptionist at Mullen in Boston. From her site: “I started in this business answering phones, now it’s my turn to talk.” Gotta like that. Props to Todd Bradley for sending MC her link.

Portfolio: elenaromeu.com

April 23rd, 2012

UPDATE: Bryan Karr

Bryan is a copywriter/ACD at Leo Burnett Chicago. Since his last post on MC (Dec 2009, one of MC’s first), he’s got a shiny new Cargo site and all kinds of killer new work. Love it. Definitely time for an Update.

Portfolio: cargocollective.com/bryankarr

January 2nd, 2012

Mark Radcliffe

Mark is a copywriter/ACD in NYC. There’s a killer variety of work on his site for clients ranging from Corona to Mitsubishi to Washington Mutual. But don’t leave without checking out his Personal section. Mark’s also a talented singer/songwriter, voiceover guy and photographer. His blog, Fucked Umbrellas, features pics of broken umbrellas abandoned on the streets of NYC along with captions of what each umbrella’s owner might have been thinking. In Haiku.

Portfolio: markradcliffe.com

October 21st, 2011

Tom Kelly

Tom is a copywriter/ECD at Brand Content in Boston. You know what’s great about portfolio sites? Versus the old portfolio portfolios? The archive section. If they love it, it’s like extra credit. If they don’t love it, it’s like, so what? It’s the archive section. (Plus, for writers, it means being able to include your fave headlines on one-shots, spec ads, oldies, and so-so art directed pieces.) Be sure to check out Tom’s archive section. Some awesome work in there. Glad we got a chance to see it.

Portfolio: tomkellycopywriter.com

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