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Self-Made, Bloomberg, (Samsung)

Secure Enterprise animated videos, Bloomberg (Google Chrome)

Marketing data series, Bloomberg LP

Contentful wanted to simplify its product offerings to customers with a campaign that resonated emotionally to marketers and developers alike. Because these are data-driven audiences that respond to metrics, we created an impactful data storytelling series that resonated by illustrating the day-to-day frustrations of their jobs, and spotlighting how Contentful can alleviate them.   

  • NYX Award, Grand Winner (two categories), 2021

  • Muse Creative Awards Winner (three categories), 2021

What Do You See?, Ceros
(Getty Partnerships)

Ceros worked with Getty Images to promote new gallery collections that take a more authentic and inclusive approach toward representation. Ceros created a multi-award, winning interactive landing page that was impactful and relatable.

  • NYX Marcom, Gold Winner, 2021

Mop Pad Quiz, Ceros
Contec, a manufacturer of industrial cleaners, asked Ceros to help create a B2B campaign that would simplify the complexity of calculating the sustainability of their product. To this end, I helped create a fun quiz that distilled otherwise dry data into something snackable and engaging. 

The AI-Powered Hospital, Ceros
(Olive AI)

Olive AI wanted to demonstrate to those in the hospital C-suite that their AI-powered software provides far-reaching efficiencies across the entire hospital eco-system. To illustrate this point, Ceros created an interactive website with a virtual hospital, whereby users could click on different departments and pull up easily consumable data about the advantages of integrating Olive to an array of teams. 

  • Webby Award Honoree, 2018

  • Knotch Supernormal Awards Runner Up, 2017

The Future of Language, OZY
(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dystopian immersive feature that imagines what the future will look like when a time capsule that contains an unpublished Margaret Atwood novel is opened in 100 years time.