Number 6 on the A-List!

m ss ng p eces is thrilled to be on the Ad Age Production Company A-List for the sixth year, rising to #6! Congratulations to the entire list, our agency partners, our incredible roster and wonderful team. Thank you so much for all your hard work under extraordinary circumstances.

Editor’s Pick: Lance Oppenheim’s work for Cox

This latest work from Lance Oppenheim with Cox Communications + FCB Chicago tells the heartwarming story of the “HugShirt,” wearable haptic tech that allows people to “hug” each other no matter how far apart they are. An Ad Age Editor’s Pick, these emotional films for Cox document how this technology radically impacts families and their loved ones by providing a way to reach out and physically connect when medical risks would otherwise prevent it. Read more about the project in Ad Age here.

Welcome Matt Ogens!

We’re thrilled to have Matt Ogens join our live-action roster at mp. An award-winning filmmaker known for his evocative visual and narrative aesthetic, Matt’s work spans a variety of media including documentary, narrative, and branded content. His Netflix Original documentary AUDIBLE, a coming-of-age story told from the perspective of Deaf high school students, releases this summer.

Editor’s Pick of the Day: Danielle Levitt’s spot for EOS

Danielle Levitt’s latest work for EOS is a vibrant musical celebration of returning to all the mundane things we’ve missed over the past year. Check out the catchy work from agency partner Mischief featured as Ad Age’s Editor’s Pick of the Day here!

It’s time to vote for The Webby Awards!

It’s that time of year again — voting is open for The Webby Awards! m ss ng p eces received five nominations and two honorees across four different projects!

Congratulations to all of our directors, agency partners and clients who helped make these projects a reality. Log in and cast your votes below!

Best Cause-Related Campaign NAACP Atlanta “Invisible Hate”

Public Service, Activism NAACP Atlanta “Invisible Hate”

Websites and Mobile Sites, Activism NAACP Atlanta “Invisible Hate”

Branded Entertainment, Diversity and Inclusion Tinder “Black Love Is…”

Advertising, Media & PR – Corporate Social Responsibility Cox Communications “One Call a Day”

Advertising, Media & PR – Health and Wellness Mucinex “Sickwear” (Honoree)

Advertising, Media & PR – Best Event Activation Mucinex “Sickwear” (Honoree)

Carissa Gallo makes the AdForum List!

You can catch a familiar name on the AdForum’s Top 5 Best Production Directors list this week: our very own Carissa Gallo! She and her work for Thom Browne were featured among some of the top advertisements worldwide. Check out the list here.

m ss ng p eces Picks Up Three ANDY Awards!
The list of ANDY award winners for 2021 is out, and our work made the list – THREE times!
  • Glass Ceiling Breaker (CRAFT, IDEA) – National Women’s History Museum and Chief / BBH / Mike Woods, dir.
  • Cantenna (IDEA) – Miller Lite / DDB / Mike Woods, dir.
Glass Ceiling Breaker was also featured on the 2021 Predictors List. Congratulations to all the teams, client, and agency partners involved in these projects! View the complete list of winners here.
Swipe Night makes the World Creative Rankings List

‘Swipe Night’ for Tinder is no stranger to an awards list, picking up several Webby and Andy awards, just to name a few. Honored to see this campaign coming in at #6 on The Drum’s World Creative Rankings for the 20 most awarded ad campaigns of the year. Congrats again to Mike Woods, 72andSunny, and all the teams involved in this groundbreaking series!

Ad Age highlights Garrett Bradley’s Oscar Nomination!

Ad Age featured our own Garrett Bradley in an article on industry directors up for the 2021 Academy Awards. Garrett’s feature debut Time is nominated for Best Documentary Feature. Time has also earned recognition from Sundance, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, the New York Film Critics Circle, among others. Read the full article here.

Garrett Bradley Nominated for Academy Award!

The 2021 Academy Award nominations are out, and we’re excited for our director Garrett Bradley, whose feature debut Time has been nominated for Best Documentary Feature. Congratulations to Garrett and her team! Watch the trailer here.