Webby Award Honoree, 2018
Knotch Supernormal Awards Runner Up, 2017
(Hulu, The Handmaid's Tale)
For the launch of their seminal, Emmy-Award winning original series, Hulu wanted to reach literary audiences, Margaret Atwood fans and people that are politically engaged. We created several stories, including a Webby-honored dystopian immersive feature that imagines what the future will look like when a time capsule that contains an unpublished Margaret Atwood novel is opened in 100 years time.
Webby Award Nominee, 2017
Knotch Supernormal Awards Winner, 2017
The Making of a Cult, OZY
(Hulu, The Path)
Hulu wanted to drive awareness to the second season of its (literal) cult classic, The Path, which follows a a defector (Aaron Paul) from a Scientology-like group, and the rise of the religion's charismatic leader (Hugh Dancy). We created an immersive feature that looks at cult life from several vantage points. It was ultimately nominated for a Webby and won a Knotch Supernormal Award.
Knotch Supernormal Awards Winner, 2018
Podcast: It Started With $1, OZY
Ally Financial wanted a product that encouraged financial empowerment and money mindfulness, so we created two products: A podcast that featured successful entrepreneurs who launched their businesses with little to no startup capital; and a video series using stop gap animation that illustrated how a handful of passion-driven self starters turned their love into a business venture. The podcast won the Knotch Supernormal Award for Best Use of Content in Experiential and Audio.
The First Timers, OZY
(Chase Auto Finance)
Chase Bank's auto loan division wanted to establish itself up as an expert in car-buying, while also connecting with potential lenders on an emotional level. My team created a video series in which first-time car buyers get advice from a dynamic Chase Auto expert. I also oversaw production on a podcast series in which influencers (athlete Chris Webber, actress Kate Micucci) reminisce about the first car they ever owned.