My partner Nick Schmidt and I wrote these back in 2015, while freelancing at Grey. They were produced in 2017, while we were not freelancing at Grey. Go figure. But, our CDs (Justin Levine & John Sayegh) brought them to life just the way we drew them up.
PayPal | TV
Every year, PayPal awards three different small businesses a $10,000 cash prize as well as web or accounting services, as a part of their Business Makeover project. These films are the stories of those entrepreneurs and how the money helped them grow their companies.
Puna Chocolate Project MQ Rayburn Farms
FORGE Rad Dog Kids Go Co.
Kids Go Co
PayPal Business Makeover
Walmart | "Wellness Day" | TV
Walmart has great pharmacies. Who knew? Apparently, not everyone. That's why we profiled very real and hard working pharmacists. They were great!
Jillian | Walmart
Kevin | Walmart
Time Warner Cable | TV
I really wanted to go to a NASCAR track. Then, I got an assignment to write a spot including Time Warner's racing team and I got out on a NASCAR track.
REVIEW | TV
For these films, I collaborated with the Germany agency known as, Kittel, writing each script together with their team.
The True Story of REVIEW Denim
I'M NEVER ESTABLISHED
For this brand manifesto, I worked closely with the team trying to come up with the best rhythm for what we wanted to say about REVIEW as a brand.
Walmart | "Item/Price" | TV
Walmart sells everything. So, every couple of months, they make quick spots advertising individual products. Here's a few I wrote.
Join the Dark Seat | Walmart
Caught | Walmart
Fall Guy | Walmart
Snack Time | Walmart
Dad Pack | Walmart
Walmart | "Rollbacks" | TV
The famous Rollbacks mascot, Smiley, is back. And, he's got help this time.
Really | Walmart
Racing | Walmart
Fanta | Outdoor & Interactive
Fanta is a brand that just wants to play. So, back at Ogilvy, we made games out of all of their ads.
Green Giant | TV
Snacking doesn't mean you're cheating on your diet. Especially if you're eating vegetables. High time we get the word out.
American Express | Print
American Express needed to describe a complex set of offerings in a simple way for Wall Street Journal readers. So, we took to sharp, concise headlines, with a little explanatory body copy. Classic ad approach, really.
Widex Beyond | Web & TV
While launching the flagship product of a hi-tech Danish company in the US, it seemed only natural to feature a bad ass trumpet player. We found this guy and decided, well, we're just not as cool as him.
There were other personalities we highlighted, which you can see on the Widex site or in the print example below.