The “surprise” in this spot is perhaps not what you’d think. Luke Perkins, Bill Goodell and Claire Townsend from Arnold worked with Collin on this edit that highlights the crash test results for the Volvo S60. Buckle up.
With the economy of the past few years, many are hesitant and concerned about entering the volatile market. In this piece from our friends at Boathouse, Natixis explains that, in the right hands, and by practicing “mind over market”, everything will be okay. Creative team Margaret McGovern + Bob Fitzgerald, along with producer Kim Daniels, cut with Collin, and Toil contributed the graphics.
Be it Swedish snow or State-side slush, the Volvo S60 is prepared. Collin cut Arnold’s latest from creative team John Simpson + Wendy Beckett that features the sleek vehicle navigating confidently through challenging winter driving conditions. Rounding out the agency team were creative director Luke Perkins, producer Jaime Guild, and assistant producer Claire Townsend. Just watching the spot will send a chill through you.
In celebration of Subway’s SUBtember Birthday, MMB reimagined Earth, Wind & Fire’s "Do You Remember" to get the party started. Creatives George Goetz + Chris Poulin, with producers Matthew O’Rourke + Melissa Johnson, teamed with Kevin on the offline with Toil contributing graphics on this festive spot. No doubt you’ll recognize the spin on this classic. Just try to keep your head from bobbing.
In this campaign produced by Boathouse team Kim Daniels, Gail Schoenbraunn and John Emmert, families talk about the myriad reasons they have to participate in NStar’s Walk for Children’s Hospital Boston. Collin cut the spots and Jon colored the images of these beautiful children, survivors in fact, whose sweet charm and innocence will give anyone a reminder to get out there and walk.
Come summertime, everybody needs a vacation. In this spot from Arnold, the benevolent people at Volvo put a twist on the concept; a payment vacation. Yes, please. Collin cut with creative team Lauren Kugel + Evan Dunn with CD Luke Perkins, along with producer Jaime Guild, EP Bill Goodell and AP Claire Townsend. Nice car. Nice break. Sign me up.
G Love’s song says it all in this new McDonald’s spot, cut and finished by Jon Mercer. Arnold crew Pete Shamon, Mary Rich, Chris Edwards, Jaime Guild, and Sean Vernaglia hung out while the entire office bobbed their heads to the music again and again (and still). Josh Miller from Little Minx (RSA) directed the actors who wordlessly argue the saucy merits of these famous burgers. In the end, there’s no right answer. I like a Big Mac. Jon prefers a Quarter Pounder with Cheese. The debate goes on.
"Take Home Version"
This Volvo spot will have your right foot pressed to the floor and a permagrin on your face. Collin enjoyed the fast-paced edit working with more friends from Arnold Worldwide. The team included producer Paul Shannon, creative team Richard Tseng and Matthew Sharpe, with creative director Luke Perkins. The take-away is that the racecar we’re watching is available in a take-home version. Vroom, vroom.
Sometimes we’re too focused on the moment...and common sense evades us. In this campaign for Bank Midwest from Arnold Worldwide, the stories remind us that help is available when we can’t get out of our own way. Collin ushered in the fall cutting with creative team Bill Girouard + Steve Tom along with producer Kevin Shale. And our own Kevin Moore did the color correct. If I’m honest, I’ve been guilty of living “in the moment” a time or two. I recall some laughter at my expense, but no one from Bank Midwest came to my rescue.
This national McDonald’s spot introduced the ultimate compliment that appears to be catching on. At times it’s hard to find just the right word but the folks at Arnold came up with a solution using the much-loved Egg McMuffin. “Superlatives” was concepted by creative team Chris Edwards, Mary Rich and Pete Shamon and produced by Sean Vernaglia. Peter Care at Bob Industries directed this performance-driven spot and Collin edited. Speaking of whom, I, personally, think is the Egg McMuffin of editors. But I digress.