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IT'S WHAT YOUR SKILLET IS FOR
February 05, 2014
There's a reason you've been carrying a skillet around for your entire life.
 
Facebook
The Things That Connect Us
October 04, 2012
Facebook’s first commercial ever honors the everyday things that people use to get together and connect – things like chairs, doorbells, bridges, airplanes and Facebook.
 
Kraft
Eat Like That Guy You Know
August 22, 2012
What kind of guy eats Velveeta Shells & Cheese? That Guy. Because That Guy eats the way he lives his sweet life — effortlessly and awesomely. Whether he’s eating Shells & Cheese or getting ...
 
Procter & Gamble
Thank You, Mom
July 11, 2012
To us, they’re Olympians. But to their moms, they’ll always be kids.

In both "Kids" and "Best Job," we see the world through the eyes of the moms of the London 2012 Olympians. ...
 
Procter & Gamble
Best Job
April 17, 2012
Created to honor the amazing mothers behind Olympic athletes, "Best Job" shows the hard work all moms do to raise their children—a lifetime of chauffeuring their children about, washing their ...
 
Ivory
Ivoryisms
October 07, 2011
The inspiration for this campaign came from the observation of how, over the years, in an effort to make life simpler, we have somehow made life more complicated. Taking a humorous look at what are called ...
 
Kraft
Velveeta Cheesy Skillets
August 11, 2011
Who would treasure the craftsmanship of a dinner? Who would empower us to return to the stove with a love of old-fashioned values? Who knows a skillet better than anyone?

A Blacksmith.
 
Procter & Gamble
What I See
April 26, 2011
This spot shares the journey of Special Olympics athlete Molly Hincka, as told through an emotional voiceover by her mother, Kerry. It begins with footage and photos of Molly from the present day and goes ...
 
Nike
Boom
September 28, 2010
“Boom” celebrates the epic, game-changing moments in sport. Moments that are so over the top that all we can say is “Boom.” You’ve probably heard it before and even used it yourself. The word ...