Our Work

We are proud of the work we've created for our clientele: from 360 political campaigns to creating national and local television spots for non-profits. On this page you can see a sample of the work we've made.

 

"It's Not Over"

When we learned that families were being torn apart at the US border we felt compelled to do what we could to raise awareness of the issue and to direct people to a place where they can help make a difference.

 

Beto o'rourke - #notacommercial

In mid-2018, Beto O'Rourke, the congressional candidate from Texas, appealed to his supporters to create a 'non-commercial' for his candidacy. He asked people to make something that spoke to their own values and not something pumped out by his campaign. This was our contribution.

NEVADA FAMILIES FIRST - Donor date

During the run-up to the Nevada 2018 gubernatorial race, Adam Laxalt accepted large campaign contributions from the Koch brothers, and consequently, rolled back Medicaid expansion for over 200,000 Nevadans.

Carolyn Bourdeaux - My mission

Congressional candidate Carolyn Bourdeaux, GA07, asked us to create a regional television and web spot for the final push at the end of the primary run-off.

AFSCME - KOCH BROTHERS

During the run-up to the Nevada 2018 gubernatorial race, Adam Laxalt accepted large campaign contributions from the Koch brothers, to the tune of $2.5 Million.

WCF - LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND - POLITICO Newspaper FullPAGE AD

For the WCF and veterans, renewing the legislation that protects the Land and Water Conservation Fund was of upmost importance. We helped the WCF achieve their goals by creating ads that would get in front of their target audience; lawmakers on Capital Hill and Secretary Ryan Zinke.

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WCF - LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND - Washington post Newspaper wrap AD

For the WCF and veterans, renewing the legislation that protects the Land and Water Conservation Fund was of upmost importance. We helped the WCF achieve their goals by creating ads that would get in front of their target audience; lawmakers on Capital Hill and Secretary Ryan Zinke.