Jared Knecht and Tom Payne battled the Kraken and lived to tell the tale. Click here to check out the new spot made with our friends at Technology, Humans And Taste! 🦑
Directors Sam Smith and Mike Woods were given the opportunity of a lifetime when they were asked to capture a 360 degree tour of the legendary spacecraft, guided by Major General Charles Bolden and Dr. Kathryn Sullivan. Click here to read more on Google Arts & Culture.
It’s our great pleasure to announce that J.J. Adler has joined the roster! As fans (and friends), we can’t wait to see what kind of magic we’ll make together. 🎥 💫 Welcome J.J.!
The inimitable Karena Evans has been nominated for FOUR VMAs and FOUR MORE iHeartRadio MMVAs; including three nominations for Best Director! Congratulations, Karena, all the success is very much deserved. 🍾 Click here to see the whole list.
The amazing women of Hyphen-Labs are featured on Free the Bid, where they discuss “the personal dimensions of working on [Prescribed to Death], collaborating as one big brain, and the importance of including all kinds of bodies in our envisioning of the technological future.” Read it right here!
m ss ng p eces just had its best year EVER at Cannes; we won three gold, one silver, and two bronze lions, as well as eleven shortlists! Click here for more details.
For Pride 2018, director Josh Nussbaum teamed up with Intel and TBWA\Chiat\Day to show the city of Folsom, CA (and the world) what happens when we put Pride Above All
From the brilliant mind of Ray Tintori comes the music video for Arcade Fire’s latest single, “Chemistry.” Click here to watch sparks fly. ✨
“Prescribed to Death” had another great night last night, winning two AICP Next awards for Cause Marketing and Experiential! Congratulations, as always, to the National Safety Council, our agency partners Energy BBDO, and to our directors, Tucker Walsh, Hyphen-Labs and Mike Woods.
Bianca Giaever’s latest audio story took two years and 546 tapes from Pulitzer Prize winning poet Franz Wright. Click through to find “Two Years With Franz,” and make sure you’re able to listen uninterrupted. You’ll thank us later.