Madam President

Client:
HP
  • Madam President

    At a time when the future is more uncertain than ever, HP knows that there’s one group of people who have the power to change it for the better. HP’s new film, Madam President, features four young people who share their vision for the future. Many people won’t recognize the stars of the film, and that’s exactly the point. Instead of casting well-known influencers, HP decided to feature real young people who are effecting real change in the world. Set to a remake of the popular song, “You Get What You Give,” the film follows each of the young people through a futuristic time where they reform education, remove microplastics from the ocean, reverse climate change and even become the president of the United States. 

     

    Released: November 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco, HP

Something to Help You Remember

Client:
Liberty Mutual
  • Something to Help You Remember

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    Liberty Mutual has something they want you to remember, so we turned to some extremely tried-and-true advertising tactics that are sure to be memorable. This brand new campaign for home insurance features common commercial tropes in some very uncommon ways. You’ll have a hard time forgetting the most massive stunts, the most physical comedy and the most tug-at-the-heartstrings nostalgia you’ve ever seen in an insurance campaign.

    Released: November 2020

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    Liberty Mutual
  • Something to Help You Remember

    Something to Help You Remember

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    Liberty Mutual has something they want you to remember, so we turned to some extremely tried-and-true advertising tactics that are sure to be memorable. This brand new campaign for home insurance features common commercial tropes in some very uncommon ways. You’ll have a hard time forgetting the most massive stunts, the most physical comedy and the most tug-at-the-heartstrings nostalgia you’ve ever seen in an insurance campaign.

    Released: November 2020

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    Liberty Mutual
  • Something to Help You Remember

    Something to Help You Remember

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    Liberty Mutual has something they want you to remember, so we turned to some extremely tried-and-true advertising tactics that are sure to be memorable. This brand new campaign for home insurance features common commercial tropes in some very uncommon ways. You’ll have a hard time forgetting the most massive stunts, the most physical comedy and the most tug-at-the-heartstrings nostalgia you’ve ever seen in an insurance campaign.

    Released: November 2020

    Tags:
    Liberty Mutual

Chain Reaction

Client:
HP
  • Chain Reaction

    Unfortunately, the IT department is often overlooked and regarded as unnecessary overhead, but HP set out to change that with the new film, Chain Reaction. The short film invites viewers to escape their couches, kitchen counters and makeshift home offices and follow one unlikely hero, the IT manager, on a globe-trotting adventure that’s reminiscent of simpler times, when work and travel were one in the same. The heist film follows the chain reaction of events that occur when a new IT manager, Wendy Weber, joins a company and helps the unlikely cast of characters pull off the deal of the decade.

    Released: November 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco, HP

Not a Gun

Client:
Courageous Conversation Global Foundation
  • Not a Gun

    Fear can make you see crazy things. Like a gun. That’s a sad truth for black Americans, who are three times more likely than white people to be killed by police. To raise awareness of this issue and to offer a solution, we partnered with Courageous Conversation Global Foundation, to launch the “Not a Gun” campaign.

    Inspired by real cases, the 360-campaign includes an outdoor and print portion that re-imagines products such as candy bars and cell phones in the hands of people of color, re-labeling them to say “Not a Gun.”

    In addition, we produced a film that follows a black man ordering a candy bar, just like his white counterparts. But instead of being handed candy, he’s handed a gun. The film highlights the disturbing issue of unconscious bias against people of color in situations where firearms are presumed to be present.

    The work all leads to NotAGun.org, where people can sign a petition calling for more de-escalation training in police departments, as well calling for them to take unconscious-bias training administered by CCGF.

    Please visit NotAGun.org to help everyone get home safe.
     

    Released: February 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Courageous Conversation Global Foundation