During the summer of 2016, I was lucky enough to speak at WistiaFest. What the hell is WistiaFest? Well, it’s a video marketing conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
This piece, nearly two years in the making, started off as a pitch for Uncle Bob’s Self Storage from Quinlan. Our approach was to shine a different light on self-storage.
After the mild success of season one we decided to push our creative limits for season two. Based on the data we collected through video analytics, we decided to maximize the weirdness and go full sitcom.
Here’s my take on the process and the payoff of Casual Fridays. It was the best three-month creative stretch I’ve ever had, but it was also a huge challenge.
Quinlan recently created a social media campaign to help drive awareness, donations and attract volunteers for Ken-Ton Meals on Wheels. Our focus creatively was to shy away from the depressing and guilt driven messaging that is synonymous with charitable work.
Following a recent rebrand at Quinlan, we wanted to showcase our design style and creative writing ability in a fun,…
When Quinlan was approached by Chiampou, Travis, Besaw and Kershner–a local accounting firm–the goal was to break through the clutter, but still accurately represent their culture.
For the Quinlan 2015 Showbook ad, we wanted to announce the arrival of the “new” Quinlan.
As part of a 2-month promotion, Uncle Bob’s and Quinlan created the Address Your Mess contest to build an audience for their “Get Stor-ganized” blog focused on home organization.