TV Commercials 

Camden National Bank

Our Camden client challenged us to deliver memorable, branded TV with strong product messaging - on a limited budget. Here are some of our solutions. 

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Keel Vodka

Keel is a startup spirits brand, and the world's first premium "light" vodka - with fewer calories and lower alcohol content. They already had a tag line - "Stay Balanced" - which we embraced to create this lifestyle-driven TV spot. 

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Samuel Adams

We worked with Boston Beer Company to develop a series of spots for Samuel Adams Boston Lager, one of America's first craft brews and an inspiration for those that followed.

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Comcast

We worked with Comcast for over a decade, creating and producing TV commercials for acquisition and retention, often as anchors for integrated campaigns including radio, print, direct mail and digital.

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UMass Lowell

We partnered with National Video and Framed Up TV to create this 30-second spot for UMass Lowell's Division of Continuing Education.


Signature Healthcare 

We worked with Rattle to develop a series of low budget spots for Signature, a healthcare network based on the South Shore of Boston and affiliated with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Our work also included outdoor, direct mail and digital components. 

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"Trophomotion"

What are your trophies up to when you're not in the room? We worked with a high-end CG animation studio to create this Clio Award-winning spot. 


 

Akamai

We collaborated with a Boston production company to choreograph this B2B spot for Akamai, illustrating a day in the life of an IT manager struggling to implement and manage his company's eBusiness infrastructure. 


 

iPhone Fooling Around

This happened totally by chance, but it works. Shows what you can do these days with a phone and a nice piece of stock music. Apple Computer marketing team, take note! 

 


 

Little Tree

The client insisted it was about "mood enhancement," not masking odor. This spot took home numerous regional and national awards.