PAX East 2011 follow up

PAX East was fantastic. Everyone from exhibitors to your average convention goer were wonderful. Considering the crowds (apparently tens of thousands a day!), it was impressive how polite and courteous everyone was. According to Steve (also Steve), Sacred Heart University's representative there, the school's booth received a lot of visitors who showed genuine interest. I'm … Continue reading PAX East 2011 follow up

PAX East 2011

Pictured above is the ad originally created for GamePro magazine and modified for the PAX East 2011 brochure. If you've come across this page by scanning a QR code worn by someone at that event – hello, welcome and thanks! Feel free to go to the Sacred Heart University booth and/or browse around my blog. … Continue reading PAX East 2011

More awards

This morning the Service Industry Advertising Awards (SIAA) announced the winners of their Eighth Annual Awards and two of the ads posted here did quite well. The following ad won the MERIT AWARD in the category of Magazine Ad, Single: And this ad won the GOLD AWARD in the category of  Newspaper Ad, Insert: Needless … Continue reading More awards

A quick turnaround

Here's an ad that was created fairly quickly. The assignment was handed to us last week and, due to business travel, we didn't have a lot to work with until a few days ago. I'm really impressed with the efficiency that the client and copywriter showed in getting their respective materials to me. It wasn't … Continue reading A quick turnaround

One more for the road.

And lastly (in this campaign), here is the two-sided four-color insert we ran in the Connecticut Post for the same graduate program information session. The front is a modification of the award winning "Picture yourself with a brighter future" insert and the rear is a total redesign to reflect a cleaner, less cluttered style than … Continue reading One more for the road.

What’s Next?

Below is one in a series of ads that ran in 21 different college newspapers targeting undergraduate students who are thinking about pursuing a graduate degree before heading out into the professional world. This was a part of the campaign to get prospective students to a Graduate Information Session along with the movie theater spot … Continue reading What’s Next?

Coming soon to a theater near you…

... assuming you live in Fairfield county, Connecticut. Here's a 30 second spot that ran in October of 2010 to promote Sacred Heart University's Graduate Program Information Session on October 30. It runs in conjunction with the rest of the campaign, which includes radio spots, newspaper ads and inserts, as well as small space ads … Continue reading Coming soon to a theater near you…