If you want to see Christina Dick serious, get her on a balance beam.
A recently formed creative and production firm lands the lead brand agency account for the state lottery, a local autism clinic and shoe-sharing nonprofit get rebrands, and several shops announce new work and hires.
The state’s wine promotional arm taps a local shop as its lead agency, a Southside sports car dealer launches a billboard ad campaign, and more area marketing news.
After two decades in D.C., a commercial photographer and native Richmonder has returned to his hometown with his lens aimed squarely at the city’s advertising and marketing scene. Cade Martin, a VCU alum who has spent the past 25 years shooting images for the likes of National Geographic and Discovery Channel, moved back to town… Read more »
A homegrown documentary starring the model SR-71 Blackbird at the Science Museum of Virginia is spreading its wings with national exposure.
The state lottery taps a Scott’s Addition shop as its lead media agency, a celebrity comedy couple joins in on a locally produced ad campaign, and other Richmond-area firms release work and announce new clients.
If business networking can be compared to the recording industry, a Richmond networking series centered on live music has done the local equivalent of getting signed by a major label.
For their latest venture together, two advertising vets are partnering with the principals of a growing local advisory firm to connect businesses with a network of branding specialists.
Two New York and L.A. advertising veterans are working with Charles Hodges as an executive-level creative trifecta at Arts & Letters Creative Co. It’s a leadership structure rarely seen in agencies their size, but they say it fits perfectly with Arts & Letters’ “make up the rules as you go” approach.
The agency behind “Virginia is for Lovers” releases its latest work for the state tourism office, a game show host makes a comeback in a campaign for the state lottery, and several shops report new work in the latest roundup.