Posted June 19, 2014
We teamed up with director Mark Duggan and Publicis for Spar’s sponsorship of Donal Skeehan’s latest cookery programme. We are big fans of Mark’s Forkful programmes so we were delighted to work with him on the project. The end results are gorgeous, and will be airing in September.
Posted June 17, 2014
Sean got his hands on hundreds of bags of The Natural Confectionery Company snake and dinosaur jellies for their latest spot, and managed to make a Snakeasaur – a snake’s head on a dinosaur’s body, obviously! Sean was as creative as ever with the product, the end result will definitely make you smile – we particularly like the Snakeasaur’s last line as it’s getting eaten. Watch it here.
Big thanks to Ger, Briain and Cherie from Publicis.
Posted June 12, 2014
Henry flew to Brazil recently to shoot for Narcisco Rodriguez’s Bottletop Collection with Pepsi. Narcisco Rodriguez has created a handbag collection, made from recycled Pepsi can tops to raise money for the Bottletop Foundation, and Henry’s engaging film tells the story of the creation of the handbag designs. He manages to show the empowering effect this campaign is having for the women at the Bottletop atelier and the community of Itapua in Salvador, Brazil. Henry’s film documents the creation of the designs as works of art and in an expression of the concept that many great works of art are created in circumstances of adversity. It has been getting brilliant reactions globally.
Watch it here.
Posted June 9, 2014
We’re delighted to announce Jamie has signed to RSA UK for commercial representation and Black Dog for music videos. Both companies are very excited to have signed him and we can’t wait to see the brilliant work they will produce.
Posted June 5, 2014
Jamie took the Molson Canadian fridge around Ireland to shoot the promo for the launch of Molson’s Make it Canadian campaign. The fridge was taken from Connemara, to Cashel, to Ballydehob and then back to Clontarf – and fit right into the scenery. A lot of fun was had shooting it, and a big thanks to the lovely guys in DDFH&B.
Look out for it online and watch it here.