More than a decade of it. Big agency, small agency, boutique, freelance. Cross-channel advertising for everything from a major air carrier to the local bike shop. Where I cut my teeth.
American Airlines: Back when they actually used amenities to compete for passengers. They'd commissioned a campaign to promote a roomier cabin on all their planes. Then 9/11 happened. The same week this campaign was supposed to ship.
Denver Metro Convention and Visitors' Bureau: Papa Jack founded Rockmount Western Wear. There's the head chef at the Brown Palace. And that's Jack. He plays the trumpet in his taxi.
Denver Center Theater: For each show, we commissioned a unique illustration that arose from the subject matter. Spoiler alert: Owen Meany accidentally kills someone with a baseball.
V22 Osprey: This campaign came around way back when the V22 Osprey was still an experimental aircraft. I got to sit inside one, do a photoshoot with a bunch of marines. Really cool to see it in regular use these days.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit: That yellow chevron is ubiquitous in Dallas. When DART wanted to promote destinations and their corporate pass program, I decided to play with it.
Grand Junction Tourism: Through a freak geographic and climate happenstance, the country around Grand Junction duplicates nearly exactly the conditions of the Bordeaux region of France. So they make wine in it. Good wine.
FiServ: FiServ Financial Services decided to shift to a partnership message. So we dug up the best partners we could think of.
Subaru: Waaaaaay back in the day I worked on Subaru America. This was an outdoor teaser campaign for the Detroit Auto Show. Was the first redesign of the Legacy in several years.