This Toyota Avalon "Comfort is Back" campaign added freshness to a once stale brand by taking us back to a time when cars had style.
An interactive website came with it allowing customers to immerse themselves in this new age of class.
72 and Sunny
Remember Zune? Probably not. It was Microsoft's answer to the iPod. It was all about sharing. So we made content back when content wasn't really a thing. Anyway, it was fun and the kids liked it.
72 and Sunny
Poker sites were everything, still are. And these spot helped make Mansion one of the most popular places to play.
The girl? She's the inspiration to the book/movie "Bringing Down the House/21". She's smarter than all of us.
This award-winning campaign gets back to what Miller Lite stood for: Miller Time. And what happens at Miller Time? Life. Stories. And stories about life.
The assignment from director Clay Weiner: "Jeff, write something for Fred Armisen and the Emmys. Audi's campaign is about going off-script. Good luck." Well, ok. Here's an idea he can throw in the trash while going "off-Script".
David & Goliath
We saved millions of rabbits from losing their feet with this one. Because, who needs luck when you have a lottery ticket with so many chances. You're welcome rabbits.
Land Rover's Christmas spot shows that a snowy Christmas is never far away with a Discovery.
We were tasked to come up with a teaser for their Super Bowl campaign that featured an retirement home. This was the winner.
David & Goliath
On the heels of the popular Super Bowl spot featuring Nick Jrs' "Yo Gabba Gabba" characters, we did a sequel, of course.
Turns out a lot of people watch NASCAR and when Toyota entered the scene, a Japanese brand in an American sport, well, there was some worry. Luckily, fans liked this campaign about fans and accepted Toyota into their family.
Will Ferrell was in his last season of SNL. We recorded around 70 of these. I have them somewhere. I should find them and post them all. It was a lot of fun.
This was an ode to Saturday Morning Cartoons. And something to do in my garage.
The RDX is a best-selling and versatile SUV for any city. So, we thought we'd show just how versatile without it even having to move.
This could have been done with VFX. But, nope. They did it for real. There's a whole behind-the-scenes film if you're interested.
The award-winning print ad says safety without reading a word. I had one of these cars and it's very nice. I can't stop selling it.
The idea of "good beer" could have gone somewhere else but, we went here.
This could have been an assignment that you wanted to get off your desk fast. But, we found a simple and memorable way to sell something that no one thinks about.
Some gifts are too good not to play with before you give them away.