Stuff Just SEAN Did (CW)

The Economist wanted to increase its presence on college campuses. So we created the “Think Responsibly” campaign.

(College campaign, cont.)

(College campaign, cont.)

Amazon.com bookmark promotion.

How do you convince senior citizens to enroll in college? Tell them it’s never too late to earn a college degree.

American Express wanted to demonstrate the benefits of the Amex Card. So we found an up-and-coming indie rocker, Nicole Atkins, and showed how she couldn’t hit the road without hers.

Between a data revolution, technological innovations and global instability, chief information officers – CIOs – found themselves at the center of a paradigm shift. We created an animated video series showing how IBM could help them survive – and succeed – in this ever-changing world.

Between a data revolution, technological innovations and global instability, chief information officers – CIOs – found themselves at the center of a paradigm shift. We created an animated video series showing how IBM could help them survive – and succeed – in this ever-changing world.

HEADLINE: The curves below the ankle are just as important as the curves above it.

BACKGROUND: Nike researchers spent millions of dollars and thousands of hours studying female feet. What they learned went into the Air Span Joliet sneaker.

Kraft wanted to assure moms that Kraft Singles contain zero growth hormones. So we gave them something else to fret about.

For mid-size businesses, threats to data are everywhere. IBM offers solutions that can help them stay protected.

New Yorker Magazine Caption Contest. A while back, I nearly won. For the Obama Inauguration issue, I beat out over 15,000 entries for a spot in the magazine. I wound up placing second. Check it out: http://contest.newyorker.com/CaptionContest.aspx?id=174