Expanding on the look of the latest print campaign from CoverGirl, Nola Pictures and Director Marcus K. Jones teamed up with Grey to create a pair of spirited and fun new spots starring Australian songwriting/DJ duo and recent Cover Girl recruits, Nervo.

While the campaign delivers heavy doses of flash and panache with a strong focus on vibrant colors, production wasn’t quite as easy-breezy as the shimmering final results. “We had to move quickly since we were sharing the talent with a stills shoot that was taking place on the same day and working to get enough footage for some behind-the-scenes materials,” noted Jones. However, the experienced fashion and beauty director and production team easily rose to the challenge, boldly stating, “that’s the sort of situation where you prove your mettle and just get the job done.” The end product puts all the classic CoverGirl brand hallmarks on full display – from the effervescent talent to the sharp, snappy editing – creating a pair of instantly classic entries in the long history of iconic CoverGirl advertising.

See also Procter & Gamble - Easy Breezy Better/Nails - 2013 :15 (United States)

Client: Procter & Gamble Spot Titles: “Easy Breezy Better/Nails” :15, “New COVERGIRLS NERVO: Why They Rock” :45 Air Date: On Air Agency: Grey Advertising Creative(s): Alice Ericsson, Mark Fina, Beth Avellini, Michael Bengtsson Account: Seema Patel, Ernesto James, Lisa Montana, Lindsey Kantarian Executive Producer: Stacy Towle Assistant Producer: Alex DeSantis Business Manager: Debbie Haas Production Co.: Nola Pictures Director: Marcus K. Jones Executive Producer: Charlie Curran Head of Production: Cheryl Ward Producer: Cindy Blount Editorial: Boxmotion Editorial Editor(s): Taryn Waldman (“Easy Breezy Better/Nails”), Laura Milstein (“New COVERGIRLS NERVO: Why They Rock”) Post Production: Box Studios Producer: Nadia Sadigianis Shoot Location: New York City

about the author

TRUST TRUST is a communications company specializing in partnerships with agencies, tech cos, startups, content studios and other small to mid-sized brands.

Leave a comment