We captured the love that goes into holiday gift-giving using Blogger, Jordan Ferney and her family.
EBay oh Happy Day!
EBay -Womens Fashion
EBay -Mens Fashion
EBay - Electronics
To introduce the collections functionality on eBay, we built a microsite featuring three influencers. Each page represents their interests and how they use the eBay collections to fuel their passions for design, fashion and timepieces (respectively).
We created video content for each influencer as well as a longer spot to introduce the concept of "follow it, find it, make it yours".
Copywriter: Abby Merea
Art Director: Jeremy Blakeslee
Copywriters: Abby Merea, Brian Button
Art Director: Kyle Erickson, Jeremy Blakeslee
Creative Directors: Amanda Hughes Watkins, Adam Connelly
Meet the new eBay. Follow It. Find It. Make it Yours.
Designer and Blogger Joy Cho for eBay
Curator of Timeless Collections: Benjamin Clymer for eBay
Kelly Oxford; Curator of the Most Stylish Collections for eBay
eBay asked us to create direct mail pieces to send to dealerships around the U.S. We wanted to give the dealers something to symbolize the partnership and commitment of eBay motors, as well as the huge reach of their platform. More importantly, we wanted to create something that showed the dealers just how much eBay motors gets them.
eBay Motors Coffee
eBay Motors Poster
Local donut shop home to unique flavors like bacon maple and s'more. My concept for this campaign came from the notion that happiness doesn't have to make sense, It is almost better if it doesn't. Each bite of donut offers up nonsensical wisdom that comes from the intersection of chocolate and brain cells.
Tasked with introducing the German Car Rental company, Sixt, as a new partner, I created assets for email, webpage, and social media. The copy had to be reflective of both Virgin America as well as Sixt.
The Orange Chef Company
Nutrition is one of those touchy subjects where people feel like they're being judged. With this food scale it was important to put the control in people's hands rather than the scale. From here, "Less about weight, more about you" was born. The project caught the attention of Tech Crunch, Engadget and Grub Street the day it was launched.