Christine Campbell

Copacino’s Seattle Times Ads Hot Off the Presses

Copacino’s first two ad campaigns for the Seattle Times have a similar theme of bringing buyers and sellers together. Both print campaigns broke in November in the Times. The first, […]

Asylum Has Some Timely Advice

A ClearStation “Kensey’ Ad Gets Unexpected Help From Microsoft LOS ANGELES-Timing was key for Asylum in breaking its new campaign for ClearStation, an investment advisory Web site and community. In […]

Think Commiserates With Santas

A new TV spot from Think New Ideas shows some friendly mall Santas reminiscing about the good old days before they were unemployed. The spot, shot documentary-style, touts Seattle-based virtual […]

Big Ads, Deep E Treading Softly on the Green Path

New Ads Distance Footwear Maker From ‘Typical Tree Huggers’ LOS ANGELES–A new print and outdoor campaign from Big Ads posits that buying Deep E environmental footwear and accessories is good […]

It’s Life After TBWA/C/D for Binocular Building

From a lobby with an aquatic ambiance to an office designed like a mini-village, the former TBWA/Chiat/Day Binocular Building in Venice, Calif., reflects the diversity of its new tenants: five […]

Health Net Goes Multilingual

Client Branches Out to Reach More People LOS ANGELES–As open enrollment season for health plans gets under way, Health Net is launching a multilanguage campaign to attract new members. The […]

Johnson Sheen Touts Stanford’s

Johnson Sheen Advertising kills two birds with one stone in its black-and-white print campaign for Stanford’s Restaurant & Bar. The Portland, Ore., agency took a “two-pronged approach” to the campaign, […]