TELEVISION

Kforce Super Bowl TV

Introduce Kforce, a new online jobsite to compete against Monster and Hotjobs. Registered nearly 2.5 million hits on game day before the servers crashed. Voted a "Top 10" spot by USA Today and Yahoo. The Art Director was Lori Sibal, now Lori Peck.

New York Lottery Yearly Raise

At $60 million dollars, the New York Lottery was the largest billing account at Grey. The amount is even more impressive since it was all spent in New York state. The Art Director was Steve Rosenthal.

3M Post-it Flags Launch

National TV introduction of 3M Post-it Flags. This spot won a Mobius award. No chickens were harmed in the making of this commercial. The Art Director was Mark Driscoll.

KFC – Two New Product Intros

The Colonel's Rotisserie Gold campaign was one of KFC's most successful launches, increasing sales 17% and remaining on air for three months. Char-Grill was a test market launch. Art Directors were Bruce Cumsky and Steve Makransky, respectively.

RADIO

Captain Morgan "Game Time"

Radio for Af-Am markets. Launch of Captain Morgan Long Island Iced Tea. Wrote, recorded and mixed this spot in my office at Colangelo. The voice-over is by the very talented Julian Long, who is also a very gifted strategist.

MGD "Bottle of Paradise"

Imagine a surreal fever dream to introduce the Miller Genuine Draft 16 oz. wide neck bottle. The narrator is Dennis Predovic, the tag annoucer is Tony Hoylen. Thirsty yet?

Captain Morgan "Fries With That?"

Hear how a disgruntled fast food cashier gets suddently discovered as the next rap superstar. Captain Morgan adds a splash of the unexpected. Joe Barone produced this spot.

Levi 501 Blabbermouth Blue Jeans

If you could only hear what your Levi 501 button fly jeans are thinking. Wake up to the 501 blues. Wrote this spot and read the voice-over.

Burger King "Ice Concert"

To promote their new late hours, Burger King U.K. sponsored an ice festival EDM concert called "B.K. Ice." Rave on.

Ring's End Co-Op Ad "Kitty Wiskers"

Colorful inspiration. These crazy names for Benjamin Moore paint shades are 100% real. Wrote and recorded this spot in my office.