Remember when you only had to watch advertising on TV?

Yeh, me neither.

1997 | BatesUSA Midwest. Working with marketing director, Ray Compton, we employed the strategic idea that Ray and the ICE would do anything to keep ticket prices low.

Mark LeClerc, copywriter
J Michael Harlow, art director
Magnet Films, production

1998 | BatesUSA Midwest. The Hoosier Lottery wanted to create a campaign to recognize the Lottery's 10 year anniversary. They made a special scratch-off ticket. We wondered what that process might look like?

William Mick, copywriter
J Michael Harlow, art director
Magnet Films, production

2000 | DTH (DaughertyTegardenHanley). Believe it or not, there once was a housing boom. In fact, there was so much new home construction, we were able to position Trinity Homes as a 'custom home' builder simply by allowing customers to modify their standard floor plans. 

J Michael Harlow, creative director
VooDoo Films, production

1997 | BatesUSA Midwest. Not only were the spots a local hit, we garnered national recognition in Communication Arts magazine and within the Bates Worldwide network—which consisted of about 120 offices in 60 countries.

Mark LeClerc, copywriter
J Michael Harlow, art director
Magnet Films, production

1998 | BatesUSA Midwest. 

 

William Mick, copywriter
J Michael Harlow, art director
Magnet Films, production

2001 | DTH. As an honored guest for the 2001 Youthlinks Golf Tournament, Peyton donated a few hours of his time to make this commercial. Not exactly sure how many commercials he'd been in at this point in his career, but it wasn't too many.

J Michael Harlow, creative director
Magnet Films, production