Xfinity Parental Controls

Client:
Comcast/XFINITY
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    Every parent fears the thought of their kids watching something they shouldn’t be watching.

    Xfinity Parental Controls were developed to prevent exactly that from happening.

    And in a new social video series the brand proves the point, as young kids from Xfinity households are asked to explain the plots of movies meant for more mature audiences. Movies like Silence of the Lambs50 Shades of Gray, and Saw II.

    There’s certainly enough content in the world that Parental Controls can keep out of tiny hands.

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY
  • Xfinity Parental Controls

    Xfinity Parental Controls

    2 of 3
    Prev Next

    Every parent fears the thought of their kids watching something they shouldn’t be watching.

    Xfinity Parental Controls were developed to prevent exactly that from happening.

    And in a new social video series the brand proves the point, as young kids from Xfinity households are asked to explain the plots of movies meant for more mature audiences. Movies like Silence of the Lambs50 Shades of Gray, and Saw II.

    There’s certainly enough content in the world that Parental Controls can keep out of tiny hands.

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY
  • Xfinity Parental Controls

    Xfinity Parental Controls

    3 of 3
    Prev Next

    Every parent fears the thought of their kids watching something they shouldn’t be watching.

    Xfinity Parental Controls were developed to prevent exactly that from happening.

    And in a new social video series the brand proves the point, as young kids from Xfinity households are asked to explain the plots of movies meant for more mature audiences. Movies like Silence of the Lambs50 Shades of Gray, and Saw II.

    There’s certainly enough content in the world that Parental Controls can keep out of tiny hands.

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY

Are We There Yet?

Client:
BMW
  • Innovations

    BMW takes us on a journey through the automaker’s unparalleled legacy of innovation. The premium automaker has been driving future car technologies, from the first electric BMW ever built to the electric vehicles of the future, for the last 100 years.

    Directed by Mark Jenkinson, the ad showcases the innovative spirit of the brand while posing the question “Are we there yet?” without answering it. Instead the spot concludes with the line “Not every journey has an end,” showcasing BMW’s iterative philosophy; they will always keep innovating the Ultimate Driving Machine.

    The story begins in 1972 with a field test of the first fully electric BMW, the 1602 Elektro-Antrieb. We see the car pacing a group of runners as a team of BMW engineers is monitoring the battery. In the next scene, a few years have passed, and a reporter is on her way to witness the 1979 BMW M1 at a racetrack. Throughout the spot we get to see the revolutionary BMW Hydrogen 7 from 2005, a BMW-designed bobsled for Team USA, The first BMW Formula E race car and the brand-new electric concept vehicle, the BMW Vision M NEXT, among other innovations.

    The spot is set to AC/DC’s rock classic “Thunderstruck” to further underline BMW’s legacy in electric—a journey that started way back in the ’70s.

     

    Released: September 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, BMW

Better Days

Client:
One Medical
  • Better Days

    Nearly one in five adults in the U.S. experiences a mental health issue, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. To show people facing these issues that they’re not alone, GS&P and One Medical teamed up with four-time Grammy-winning songwriter Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd and “Jingle Jared” Gutstadt to create a song featuring lyrics from over 200 anonymous internet posts about mental health. “Better Days” is now streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, iHeartRadio, or wherever you listen to music.

     

    Released: October 2019

    Tags:
    One Medical

Get Real

Client:
HP
  • Get Real

    In its latest campaign, HP, the original Silicon Valley technology company, asks a provocative question: “Have our digital lives gone too far?” 

    The launch spot shows how technology affects how we see ourselves and our world.  It includes face filters, body distortion, emoji conversations and “I love you” text messages. The spot ends with a child staring into a computer screen with a title, “Have we lost touch with what’s real?  Let’s get it back.”  

     

    Released: October 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, HP