March 29th, 2017
Clarence is a copywriter/CD currently freelancing at Apple in London. Since his last post on MC way back on 08.09.2010, he’s taken over the world. So many awesome projects in his portfolio. The first three had MC laughing out loud, including a genius campaign for American Standard, a super hot (not!) spot for Planet Fitness (above), and an amazing video for The Green Party in the UK. Awesomeness.
May 12th, 2015
Matt is a freelance writer/CD in Los Angeles. His site features 18 projects covering a huge range of media—with nice tight strategic setups that get you into the how and why of each in just a sentence or two. Been in the biz a few years and still kicking ass? Got a lot to show? This is how we do it.
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 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.
March 15th, 2010
Greg is a freelance copywriter/CD in Los Angeles, Team One before going solo. I’ve heard it said that going freelance kills your portfolio. If that’s true, then Greg is the exception. He’s been on his own for ten years and wow. His book is anything but killed.
February 15th, 2010
Rich is a freelance copywriter/CD in Los Angeles. Before going solo, he was at Y&R, TBWA Chiat/Day, Team One and BBDO. He’s responsible for the above ABC campaign, which Creativity Mag named one of 20 that changed the face of advertising. You know, for me there’s just something magic about the big outdoor campaigns. I remember exactly where I was the first time I saw one of Rich’s ABC boards, on 101 South in San Francisco. I still remember thinking, “Oh man, look at THAT.”