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Former Fallon McElligott, Minneapolis creative director Pat Burnham will re-enter advertising this month in an unexpected way - appearing in an ad for th" /> BEL AGE SNAGS BURNHAM FOR ADS <br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/>Former Fallon McElligott, Minneapolis creative director Pat Burnham will re-enter advertising this month in an unexpected way - appearing in an ad for th | Adweek BEL AGE SNAGS BURNHAM FOR ADS <br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/>Former Fallon McElligott, Minneapolis creative director Pat Burnham will re-enter advertising this month in an unexpected way - appearing in an ad for th | Adweek
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Former Fallon McElligott, Minneapolis creative director Pat Burnham will re-enter advertising this month in an unexpected way - appearing in an ad for th

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Zimmerman created three eye-catching print ads, each featuring a different subject photographed by Theo Westenberger, known for his portraits of celebrities in unusual places. In addition to the underwater shot of Burnham in a director's chair, there is one of New York fashion designer Cynthia Rowley in a bathtub and another of entertainment lawyer Linda Edell skating on rollerblades in a business suit.
The agency recommended the positioning line, 'A refuge from everything ordinary.'
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