BREAD SOCIAL POSTS

“April – May Social Posts” on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for three well-known bread brands from BBU Bakeries. Creating appetite appeal with delicious copy gives consumers new reasons to enjoy the bread they love. Brands include: Sara Lee Artesano, California Goldminer Sourdough and Wholesome Harvest. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE POSTS Sara Lee FB Post Sara Lee FB Post Wholesome Harvest FB Post Sara Lee FB Post Wholesome Harvest FB Post Sara Lee FB Post Wholesome Harvest FB Post Wholesome Harvest FB Post Sara Lee FB Post Sara Lee FB Post California Goldminer FB Po

OLYMPIC CHAMPION

“Race-Day-Ready Video and Social Posts” for the sponsorship of Mikaela Shiffrin by Barilla Pasta. As a main sponsor, I created social posts for Barilla to support her wins and losses on the hill. Plus, I worked with her to create this emotional video following her injury and amazing comeback season and performances at the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO   http://scottbish.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Mikaela-Shiffren-Ready-To-Win-Video.mp4    

TWEET SOMETHING SWEET

“#speakbeautiful” shopper integration program produced and executed in May, 2015. Partnering with an existing Dove brand program that encouraged women to share positive comments to help build self-esteem, I was asked to make it specific to Walmart’s sponsorship of the Bentonville Film Festival. Using a clever headline and concept, we encouraged people to participate throughout the festival by tweeting positive comments about the women in these films.   CLICK HERE TO SEE THE AD AND ONLINE CREATIVE

BANNER TIME

“2014 Q1 Banners” digital messaging campaign created for TPN. Building upon the Cricket Wireless story, we launched several online messages that gave consumers a great reason to spend their tax refund dollars on a new phone from Cricket.   CLICK HERE TO SEE THE CREATIVE Q1 Cricket Mobile Banners

RESTAURANT.COM

“Restaurant.com Refresh” branding campaign created for PMJ. With savings at over 18,000 restaurants nationwide, Restaurant.com certainly had a product that people were drooling over. However, what they lacked was a creative brand image that was not only ownable but also consistent and “do-able” using their in-house resources. The task was to develop a solid brand platform supported by a voice and tonality that people would click into.   CLICK HERE TO SEE THE BRAND BUILDING ELEMENTS PRINT AD CONCEPT FATHER'S DAY HOME PAGE CONCEPT 2-PART BANNER AD (1 OF 2) 2-PART BANNER AD (2 OF 2)