09-18-2014

Turn Up The Beat

On the hunt for a new type of exercise? Well, Barking Owl takes Zumba to the next level in this highly motivating and viral spot brought to you by creatives at 180LA. Barking Owl’s sound design radiates positive energy and inspires you to move to the beat–You might just jump out of your chair and start dancing. Read more of the rave reviews on Creativity Online,  Street Insider and  Yahoo! Finance.


 

09-17-2014

The Party Doesn’t Stop Here

Cap Gun Collective‘s Matt Miller knows how to “Play On” in this ingeniously hilarious spot for The Hartford brought to you by Rodger Townsend. Matt really knows how to lighten up an office setting with his quirky and spirited humor. It’s time to click away on each music genre…the spot is interactive! Also, make sure to read some of the notable write ups on Ad Age and Shots. 

 


09-11-2014

The Boy Who Beeps

Barking Owl is at it AGAIN in another spot for GE brought to you by creatives at BBDO. This visually stunning spot wouldn’t be the same without Barking Owl’s lighthearted and whimsical sound design that truly brings the story of a boy’s ability to communicate with machines to life. If you haven’t already, make sure to check out Barking Owl’s previous work for GE including, “Childlike Imagination” and “What Would Happen.” “The Boy Who Beeps” is also featured on Ads Of The World, AdWeek, Agency Spy, Creativity Online and LBBO. 


09-11-2014

New Member Alert!

Whitehouse Post and The Family are proud to announce our newest Family Member, editor Mark Burnett, to the team! This Aussie has worked at high-end post production boutiques all around the globe including Post Office, The Editors, Speade and Tenthree. Be sure to check out his write up on LBBO. WELCOME Mark, we can’t wait to see what’s in store! 

09-11-2014

Wendy’s Making Waves

It’s not often that you see a fashion label display their upcoming collection through film. Well, Wendy Morgan of Believe Media did just that and is making waves in the fashion world with her short film for Rag & Bone. Morgan’s eye for visual storytelling allows her to skillfully capture the energy and passion between two dancers who sport the brands upcoming Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Make sure to read more about this wonderfully compelling piece on The New York Times Style Magazine, T. 

 


09-11-2014

Time Out

When he’s not on the field, you might want to catch New England Patriots’ Tom Brady sporting UGG’s in this new spot brought to you by creatives at Saatchi M&C. Whitehouse Post editors James Dierx and Rick Lawley‘s inventive storytelling and visionary cuts balance Brady’s masculinity in a fashionable manner while shedding light on the honest nature of this football star off the field. Catch up on some of the accolades for the “This Is UGG” campaign on Ads Of The World, Great Ads, Mens Fitness and Shoot Online.

 


09-11-2014

New Member Alert!

We are thrilled to welcome Tosh Kodama as the newest member of Imaginary Forces and The Family! Tosh’s portfolio extends to clients such as Microsoft, Toyota, E-Trade, MTV VMA’s, Goodyear and Honda and his ability for storytelling is unparalleled. Check out his write up on AWN and WELCOME Tosh!

08-21-2014

Blood, Sweat, Tears

Believe Media and Whitehouse Post channel your inner badass, motivating you to “Be The Baddest” in this 60-second film for Nike+ Footlocker with creatives from Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam.  Anthony Mandler of Believe Media captures Kevin Durant’s spirit with the ability to reveal the strength, endurance and determination a player has for the game. At the same time, Whitehouse Post‘s Stephen Dunne and Sam Gunn‘s cuts highlight the level of intensity and passion for the sport while elevating undeniable energy to the spot These three couldn’t of made a better team and if this doesn’t inspire confidence in aspiring young players, we don’t know what will. The spot gained notable mentions on Bleacher Report, Campaign Live, LBBO and Shots. 


08-21-2014

Keeping It In The Framily

Whitehouse Post‘s Lisa Gunning and Trish Fuller  cuts capture the essence of a family, or rather Framily, with  ease in Sprint’s Framily campaign brought to you by Figliulo & Partners. Gunning and Fuller’s ability to tie in the family bond with subtle humor shows that it doesn’t matter whether your family member is a talking hamster or Nascar driver Jeff Gordon–Sprint’s got your back.


Both “Count On It” and “Spin Off” received write ups in Agency Spy, LBBO and Creative Cow.