A national campaign brings a local art director and her activist mother together for a TV spot, a Richmond photographer lands the cover of an industry annual that includes awards for his work, and cannonball trophies are awarded in this year’s virtual Richmond Show.
A state agency promotes face mask use with a homegrown campaign, two economic development groups get local help with their websites, and multiple area breweries and a regional beer tourism group receive marketing assists from Richmond shops.
A national infectious diseases nonprofit taps a Richmond firm for web design work, a local agency and photographer collaborate on a Father’s Day campaign for a sports bar and restaurant chain, and several area shops assist clients in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A locally developed retail pickup program is put to use at Willow Lawn, a Richmond music label gets a new website, and two student-run initiatives spawned from VCU aim to fill a summer-internship void.
Awards season ramps up with recognitions for several PR and ad shops, a Richmond artist takes part in a locally produced campaign for a national clothing retailer, and a pair of production studios assist with a mini-documentary tied to a homegrown public TV series.
Local efforts to support the food and beverage industry get promotional assists from area shops, an executive producer reunites with a downtown motion graphics studio, and several ad campaigns are reworked in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The state tourism office gets promotional assists from two Richmond-area firms, a couple podcasts receive local support, and several area shops put out new work related to the coronavirus crisis.
A campaign to support restaurants affected by COVID-19 gets an assist from a local film production house and sound studio, several shops pitch in on a neighborhood business group rebrand, and a state media company gets a new ad campaign and airs a public TV show produced partially in Richmond.
A Scott’s Addition-based agency’s media services division picks up work in Roanoke, a national clothing retailer selects a Richmond firm as its creative lead, and a local sports advocacy nonprofit selects an area shop to brand an extension of the Virginia Capital Trail.
A Michigan-based agency opens a division in Richmond, a local shop’s longtime employee is named its first female president, and several local firms collaborate on new websites for area nonprofits.