Ted Danson knows you don't need a lot to have a good time
During the Sochi Olympics the small town of Afton, MN got together at 3AM to cheer on the hometown athlete, Jessie Diggins. For this years' Winter Olympics we recreated that story and edited it in real time after her race. This is what it looked like, live (Youtube took down my link)
The Water Clouds
Stella Artois has given 230,000 people access to clean water. So, on World Water Day, we filled the Oculus with 230,000 blue balloons, each one representing a life Stella has saved.
A diamond might not be forever. But giving someone a 900 million year old jewel is always going to be special.
Lull: A Short Film
The UK government believes 16 year olds are old enough to join the army. This film tells the story of Michael, aged 17, and his final and hardest goodbye before leavinghome. I co-wrote, co-directed and co-fundedLull with my friend Gavin.
You’ve heard of Inside the Actors Studio. But underneath is where the real acting talent lies.
Save the Children
When kids around the world are dying needlessly every day, making a sad ad is depressingly easy.
Mother New York was looking for fresh meat in the form of interns. This was as far as we could possibly push that pun.
I started a bike company because I hate how boring bikes look. Officially launching this summer.
Oscar is a smart, simple health insurance company. So we made some smart, simple ads to tellpeople about it.
The UK doesn’t have a superbowl, it has John Lewis Christmas ads.
HTC X Beats
The HTC One was the first phone to integrate Beats by Dre, making it the bassiest phone ever. We went to Miami (obviously) to test it out.
One of the first campaigns I made for one of the strangest products. Sugar that is half the sugar, but tastes the same.