Why Did She?

Client:
Gradifi
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    Today our country owes more in student debt than it does in credit-card debt or car-loan debt. In fact, this generation owes more in student loans than any other generation in history. And Gradifi is here to help.

    Gradifi lets employers and former students pay off debt together. So companies are better able to attract and retain young talent, and students have someone to help them with their debt burdens. This spot reminds employees why students took on this debt in the first place when it says, “They did it to work for you.”

    The campaign includes a long-form film, a series of striking print ads, and TV and radio spots, all of which conclude with the same tagline: “Gradifi is gratitude.”

    Released: September 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Gradifi , Film
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    Today our country owes more in student debt than it does in credit-card debt or car-loan debt. In fact, this generation owes more in student loans than any other generation in history. And Gradifi is here to help.

    Gradifi lets employers and former students pay off debt together. So companies are better able to attract and retain young talent, and students have someone to help them with their debt burdens. This spot reminds employees why students took on this debt in the first place when it says, “They did it to work for you.”

    The campaign includes a long-form film, a series of striking print ads, and TV and radio spots, all of which conclude with the same tagline: “Gradifi is gratitude.”

    Released: September 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Gradifi , Film

Future of Awesome

Client:
Comcast/XFINITY
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    XFINITY continues its “future of awesome” brand story with two new spots for XFINITY xFi, both directed by O Positive’s Jim Jenkins, and lensed by Jeff Cronenweth.  

    “The Joneses” heralds the arrival of Gig speed Internet — with speeds so awesome every customer thinks they’ve finally got one up on their neighbors.

    And in “Dinnertime,” awesome is one of the newer xFi features that finally gives moms and dads what they've been wanting for years: the ability to pause WiFi and connect with their families at the dinner table. 

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY, Film
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    XFINITY continues its “future of awesome” brand story with two new spots for XFINITY xFi, both directed by O Positive’s Jim Jenkins, and lensed by Jeff Cronenweth.  

    “The Joneses” heralds the arrival of Gig speed Internet — with speeds so awesome every customer thinks they’ve finally got one up on their neighbors.

    And in “Dinnertime,” awesome is one of the newer xFi features that finally gives moms and dads what they've been wanting for years: the ability to pause WiFi and connect with their families at the dinner table. 

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY, Film

Device Free Dinner

Client:
Common Sense Media
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.

    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.

    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

    Released: July 2018

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.

    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.

    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

     

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.

    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.

    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.
     
    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.
     
    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

     

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.

    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.

    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film
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    Two Percent

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    The average amount of time kids spent with mobile devices has increased nearly 10 times since 2011.

    To combat this, GS&P partnered with Common Sense media and Will Ferrell in a campaign to highlight how pervasive and intrusive mobile devices have become during precious family events.

    The spots feature familiar scenarios that could be plucked from anyone’s dining room where a family has settled into dinner and someone won’t get off their phone. Only instead of a surly teenager or precocious child, it’s a parent. A famous parent all in the hopes of adding awareness to the movement of Device Free Dinner.

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Common Sense Media, Film

The Neighborhood

Client:
Comcast/XFINITY
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    For many people, Comcast’s XFINITY brand is famous for delivering the very best in entertainment. So to promote XFINITY's home security offering, XFINITY Home, we created a scary short film with the security product at its core. 

    Timed with Halloween, “THE NEIGHBORHOOD,” is set in an ordinary town where extraordinary things are happening. The XFINITY Home system and cameras play a pivotal role in linking the story together, turning a simple short film into the world's scariest product demo.

    Released: July 2018

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY, Film
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    For many people, Comcast’s XFINITY brand is famous for delivering the very best in entertainment. So to promote XFINITY's home security offering, XFINITY Home, we created a scary short film with the security product at its core. 

    Timed with Halloween, “THE NEIGHBORHOOD,” is set in an ordinary town where extraordinary things are happening. The XFINITY Home system and cameras play a pivotal role in linking the story together, turning a simple short film into the world's scariest product demo.

    Released: October 2017

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY, Film