January 5th, 2017
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.
November 2nd, 2016
Lindsey is a copywriter at Brand Content in Boston, previously in-house at Staples (last post on MC 07.03.14). In a world that’s spinning a little negative at the moment, it’s so nice to see someone using their copywriter powers for good. Lindsey’s no-budget School The World campaign generated 7 million views in one week for a non-profit that builds schools for kids in developing countries. More of that, please.
June 8th, 2016
Todd is a freelance copywriter/CD in Boston. Since his last post on MC over six years ago (05.10.10, so long ago), Todd’s been busy. Like, super busy. Including lighting the 26-foot high Jack Daniel’s Barrel Tree (above), which looks like inspiration for MC’s 2016 front yard holiday display. Yes, please. Welcome back, Mr. Mitchell.
February 17th, 2016
Doug is a junior copywriter at Brand Content in Boston where he works with Tom Kelly (MC 10/21/11), Lindsey Campbell (MC 7/3/14) and Lawrence O’Toole (MC 10/12/15). Surrounded by those kinds of friends, plus a little Weed (above), you just know Doug is going to do big things.
January 11th, 2016
Pete is a senior copywriter at Arnold Worldwide Boston. Lots of cool projects on his site for clients like SolarCity, Ram Trucks, Jack Daniel’s, Arbella Insurance, Progressive, Carbonite, Sprint, and WMBR (above). Love the airport baggage claim shredder for Sprint. So smart.
October 12th, 2015
Lawrence is a copywriter/ACD at Brand Content in Boston. Love his projects for Jeremiah Weed, Monster.com, and others—however, MC had no choice but to feature his T.F. Kinnealey & Co. campaign (above). Headlines made out of meat. Yes. Lawrence wins the prize. Well done, indeed, sir.
September 14th, 2015
Adam is a senior copywriter at Arnold Boston. Fantastic mix of projects on his site, from a beautiful film for Hilton Curio to Dunkin’ Donuts madness with Julian Edelman. Don’t miss his video for Field Notes celebrating the joy of writing. Just nails it.
August 25th, 2015
Scott Maney, Chief Creative Officer (and good friend to MC) at Breakaway in Boston, is on the hunt for a killer copywriter. From Scott: “We’re looking for a writer who can actually write. Sounds crazy, but not everything is a visual solution or an idea for an app.
We need someone who thinks like an entrepreneur and is creative like an artist and is a craftsman (or craftswoman) about their work. There’s a shit ton of opportunity here – to build your book, to launch business ideas, to work with cool start-ups, to change big brands. We need honey badgers that don’t care what the medium is, they can crush it whether it’s film or print or digital or packaging or naming or collateral or web. Because we do all those things and so will the writer.
It’s not about how much experience you have. Would rather have the right person with a year experience than the wrong one with ten. But if you have leadership skills and can be in front of clients, we’ll give you all the responsibility you can handle and the pay that goes along with it.”
August 17th, 2015
Lawrence is a copywriter at SapientNitro in Boston. Four years ago, he landed his first gig at Breakaway after seeing a post about it on MC. (Love that.) Now he’s shooting the fiddle for Ram, making rich media banners for Fiat, and posting all kinds of “chicanery” around the office. Well done, sir.
June 21st, 2015
Who’s ready to write this summer?!?! From Conover Tuttle Pace in Boston: “Are you looking for a chance to work alongside senior creatives writing campaigns and potentially seeing your work get produced? Our copywriting internship gives you an amazing opportunity to build a book and learn a lot about our business. Oh, and it pays.
The CTP internship program educates participants in all aspects of our industry. Through observation and practical experience, interns will act as integral members of the project planning process from the concepting stages to creation and execution.
Please be sure to include sample work or a link to your online portfolio as part of your application.”
To learn more and apply: Click here
From Phear Creative in NYC: “Our copywriter intern will learn through hands-on experience by working on all of our active initiatives at the agency. You won’t be grabbing coffee. Instead, you’ll be a contributing member of a larger team.
Some highlights of our internship program are:
- 360 Agency Education: Weekly lunch sessions led by senior leaders from every agency department
- Mentorship: Each intern will be assigned a mentor that can help give them a broader perspective & answer any questions they have during the program
- Intern Project: A creative cumulative assignment that will combine all the skills and learnings gained through the internship program
If you were here right now, you’d be working on an episodic TV series starring a famous New York City chef, a fully blown-out social media plan and series of 6 documentaries for a well-known spirits brand, the launch and development of a spirits brand of our own, a pro-bono initiative to clean the water of New York Harbor and Long Island Sound, and a new album launch for one of the biggest rock bands in the world. And that’s just this week.
- Duration: 6 weeks (Monday, July 6th – Friday, August 14th)
- Part-time paid internship (3 days/week: Tuesday – Thursday)
Qualified applicants may be rising juniors or rising seniors, or may have graduated in 2014 or 2015. Creatives MUST include a portfolio link within their resume.”
To learn more and apply email: firstname.lastname@example.org
June 15th, 2015
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.
February 2nd, 2015
This is so cool. Tim Cawley, copywriter/CD featured on MC (back on 06.07.10), is now Co-founder/Chief Creative Officer of Sleek Machine in Boston—and he’s on the hunt for a copywriter. From Tim:
“Sleek Machine is a creatively-driven startup agency in Boston co-founded by Chief Creative Officer Tim Cawley (a formerly MC-featured writer whose portfolio blog you can see here: http://timcawley.blogspot.com.
Sleek Machine is looking for an entrepreneurial, optimistic, prolific, relentless, responsible, conceptually rock-solid copywriter. Someone with 3-8 years experience. Want someone who can generate exciting ideas, regardless of medium. Someone who sees opportunity in everything – from cushy, boondoggle-y TV production, to the no-budget social media post. You can get a sense of our venture here: sleekmachine.com.
National accounts in a range of categories. Fast-paced, productive, tight-knit environment. You will definitely produce book-worthy, real work for real brands.”
Please send a portfolio link to: email@example.com
January 14th, 2015
Erica Puorro, Creative Services Manager at MMB, is on the hunt for Junior and Mid-level Copywriters to work on print, digital and TV. (Yes, please.) If you’re interested, email your link/portfolio to the address below. To check out MMB, click on their logo above.
Email portfolio/link to: firstname.lastname@example.org
January 7th, 2015
Craig is a copywriter/CD in Boston. Since his last post on MC (05.30.14), he’s gone full-time freelance and is willing to travel. He’s also added some new work to his site, including Water Critic Arthur Tweedie for PUR (above). Time for an update!
November 6th, 2014
Stephanie Taubin, Director of Creative Services at Brand Content in Boston, is on the hunt for a copywriter and a junior CW/AD team. From Stephanie: “We’re looking for smart people who create the kind of work that others wish they had. Juniors can be fresh out of ad school with a great portfolio. The other copywriter should have a year or two experience. You’ll work on everything from broadcast to print, digital to social with opportunities to work on non-profit and new business.
- A wide-ranging portfolio with solid writing or design skills and big ideas across multiple mediums
- Comfortable presenting work and selling the idea through
- Desire to do great work, win awards and grow the agency
- Hungry to learn and hungry in general – (we have bagels on Fridays and company lunch on Wednesdays)
Brand Content is a small, independent agency creating award-winning work for clients like Baileys Coffee Creamers, Monster.com, Hood and Nantucket Film Festival. We have nice people, hot coffee and cold beer. If that matters to you, let’s talk.”
Send portfolio links to Stephanie at: email@example.com
September 29th, 2014
Nick is a senior copywriter at SapientNitro in Boston. Since he was last on MC (10.19.11), he’s got a new site, new job, new work, new headlines, new videos, all kinds of new stuff. Time for a new post!
July 3rd, 2014
Lindsey is an in-house copywriter at Staples in Framingham, MA. There’s nothing MC digs more than an in-house CW fighting the good fight for a classic brand. From the holiday Snowbot to Alice Cooper to one of the best back-to-school spots ever (click here) to Lindsey’s Easy Button mailer (above), Staples has a voice that’s got to be fun to play with a writer. Nice.
June 19th, 2014
Connelly Partners in Boston is on the hunt for a junior to mid-level copywriter with at least 2 years experience. From Connelly: “Responsibilities include print, digital, social, video and broadcast. Must be full of good ideas and willing to work hard to make them great ones. Connelly Partners is a collaborative 100+ person full-service marketing agency located in Boston’s South End.” Click the logo above to visit their site. Email below for more info or to apply.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with URL or PDF portfolio (no calls).
June 5th, 2014
It’s been about a year since Rich’s last post on MC (04.15.13). Since then, he moved from Boston to NYC where he’s done some killer work and overhauled his book. Don’t miss his stuff for Tommy John men’s premium underwear (above, so smart). Time for an update!