Just watching the footage shot through night vision goggles will make your heart beat a little faster. Mullen creative team Sam Mullins, Chris Gullo, Jon Reil, Nicole Berard, and producer Courtney Coyne edited with Jon on their latest work for the Department of Defense. This video features Marine Corps training that captures the intensity of their day-to-day lives. As you might expect, they prepare for their “jobs” in a way I think none of us (in advertising at least!) prepare for ours. It’s intense stuff. And this is just training.
Sending kids back to school in the fall is sentimental. I remember things like hot lunch, spit-balls and recess. Why did they stop all the fun with school? Jon Mercer edited this spot for McDonald’s where some folks take some much needed time to themselves during the day, A.K.A. recess. Creative team Nate Hafer + Keith Caruso, with creative directors Craig Miller + Pete Shamon, and producer Sean Vernaglia enjoyed themselves a little recess outside the office, on Jon’s couch. Ah, recess. Perhaps we should start a country-wide movement on this?
It’s fall and for a limited time, football usurps the thoughts and conversation of many a fan. The same can be said for McDonald’s McRib. In football, some crazy, unpredictable plays happen. Like the sudden reappearance of the famous McRib. Collin got into the groove with McDonald’s creative team of Craig Miller, Pete Shamon + Anna-Ruth Watts, along with producer Jaime Guild. Director Neil Tardio captured the intensity of the fans, and down our halls the language of football echoed. As the season progresses and fans await spectacular plays, they can count on the McRib. Until it disappears again.
The bar for digital cameras is raised higher each year as we record more moments than ever before. The Fantastical’s Michael Ancevic + Steve Mietelski, along with producer Susan Poor, edited their latest campaign for Olympus with Collin. Using their revolutionary new camera (the Olympus OM-D E-M1) they captured beauty in driving rain, on city streets and on hiking terrain. We hope you enjoy the adventures. After all, everyone loves a good story!
[vimeo clip_id="75898005" width="640" height=""] Sending kids back to school in the fall is sentimental. I remember things like hot lunch, spit-balls and recess. Why did they stop all the fun with school? Jon Mercer edited this spot for McDonald’s where some folks take some much needed time to themselves during the day, A.K.A. recess. Creative team Nate Hafer + Keith Caruso, with creative directors Craig Miller + Pete Shamon, and producer Sean Vernaglia enjoyed themselves a little recess outside the office, on Jon’s couch. Ah, recess. Perhaps we should start a country-wide movement on this?
Thanks to everyone for making our summer party a great one! Here’s a little slow-mo video featuring many of you - I imagine you’ll recall the silly string/glitter/feathers/etc. Hopefully by now you’ve gotten it out of your hair and clothes. And your homes, which I bet had some party remnants sprinkled here and there...
Weigh in on the debate, Friends. If you watched last night’s Heat vs. The Bulls, you might have seen a McDonald’s spot featuring commentator Stephen A. Smith debating LeBron James’s “decision.” After hours of deliberation, Arnold’s Shared TV team Craig Miller, Marcus Quin-Chee, Jeff Vitkun, Pete Shamon, Mary Rich, Anna Echiverri, Madhu Kalyanaraman, Nate Hafer, Keith Caruso, Sean Vernaglia, and Whitney Bogosian are still on the fence. And Collin isn’t talking. Check it out – what do YOU think?
Tapping into the non-stop, multitasking lifestyle of today, the latest national campaign for Tyson provides relief to those who need food...now. The Arnold creative team of Jack Miller, Jason Ziehm along with creative director Jon Petruney and producer Sean Vernaglia, worked with Collin on these spots, directed by Harry Cocciolo at Bob Industries. Good food now. Who doesn’t want that?
This series of videos for the all-new Buick Encore highlights the dramatic detail that enhances this car, combining luxury with an attitude of “Ready for Anything.” Beautiful, sweeping 360-degree moves, courtesy of the Russian Arm, add another element of style. Kevin edited and finished this Digitas project, working with producer Ben Raynes and creative team Mark Chamberlain, Quinn Fenlon + Leanne Compton. The running footage was shot/directed by Barry Meier at Red Orange who captured the myriad features sure to tantalize. Are you ready?
In this Arnold spot, promoting the new 5 under $5 promo, confident dudes swagger in slow-mo toward the ultimate destination; McDonald’s. Collin worked with creatives Pete Shamon, Mary Rich and Craig Miller, with producer Whitney Bogosian, on this live action piece directed by the Sniper Twins at Smuggler. Ah, the slow-motion walk. If only we could harness it outside of the camera.