Finally Apple gets with it and adds 3G to the iPhone - which also means we can get them in Europe now. W00t, I guess. Perhaps I'd be more exited if the ad wasn't so dull.
Executive producers Derek Sewell (formerly of Blink, Toronto) and Josefina Nadurata (formerly of Reginald Pike) and have opened Holiday Films in Toronto.
Holiday Films has an intimate roster of eight directors with diverse skill sets suitable for the changing needs within the advertising market. “Before we even started meeting with directors we met with various agencies to find out what their needs were,” says Derek Sewell. “Holiday is set up to address the changing creative, production and budgetary needs of the market while still maintaining a very hands on creative environment,” continues Sewell.
All of the directors on Holiday’s roster bring extra skill sets to the table. “Holiday is not only a production company”, says Nadurata. “Our mandate is to be a creative resource within our market and provide original creative solutions to our clients,” continues Nadurata.
Neil Abramson is also a still photographer and cinematographer; Sorrel Ahlfeld is a writer, short film maker, editor and animator; Scott Corbett is a former agency copywriter and short film director; Georgie Greville began her career at MTV New York and also directs music videos and spots for fashion brands; Kenan Moran began his career at MTV New York writing, producing and directing, and wrote 3 of the 7 spots for Comedy Central; Aaron Ruell is an award-winning photographer; Edward Schumacher was a writer and producer at numerous US ad agencies including DDB Worldwide; Craig Tanimoto was the creator of Apple’s “Think Different” campaign and was senior creative at TBWA Chiat Day/LA..
Kudos to the math whiz kids over at Y&R Singapore for figuring this one out - though I am curios as to which magazine it ran in (looks like a design mag?) I think math is hard, I probably need some GNC Gingko Biloba supplements. Either that or I'm Barbie.
Tony Kaye is back folks! This is his first ad since.. Gosh.. Since forever.
In it the master chef keeps demanding smaller bubbles. Smaller! Smaller! And then as we zoom out we find that we're in the glass.