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T.L. Stanley

T.L. Stanley is a Los Angeles-based senior editor at Adweek, where she specializes in consumer trends, cannabis marketing, meat alternatives, pop culture, challenger brands and creativity.


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This Cheesy Rock Ballad Pokes Fun at Other More Cliche, Greenwashed Ads

AdFreak

Humanaut adds another fun client in the natural and organic space with shopping app Merryfield.

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Orthodontists Bite Back at DTC Brands With Parody Videos About At-Home Treatments

AdFreak

Hilarious video series from trade group has logged 10 million views so far.

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After CBD’s Explosive 562% Growth in 2019, Brands Now Face an ‘Extinction Event’

Cannabis Marketing

Established players will survive, but 1/2 to 2/3 of the 3,000 brands in the category will not, according to Brightfield Group.

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Central Kentucky Wants to Lure Crowd-Wary Tourists With ‘Small-Batch Experiences’

Agencies

New ads aim to appeal to tech-overloaded would-be travelers within driving distance.

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An Illustrator Turned These 1-Star Reviews of National Parks Into Works of Art

AdFreak

Subpar Parks twists snarky critiques into unintentional praise for the great outdoors.

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Powerful, Emotional Storytelling Shows How CBD Helped This Creative’s Epileptic Child

Agencies

Agency Team One funded the documentary as part of its annual 'Launching an Idea' initiative to solve community problems.

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Beyond Meat’s First TV Ad Puts Earth, Wellness and Celebrities Front and Center

Brand Marketing

The brand anthem, from agency Mythology, highlights an increasingly high-stakes category.

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Cabin Fever Aside, Home Is Still a Pretty Great Place, Coldwell Banker Says in New Ad

Agencies

Real estate giant and longtime agency Siltanen & Partners will run the spot during NBA games.

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For Prohibition-Era Perry Mason, HBO Created the Ultimate L.A. Meal Kits Circa 1932

Brand Marketing

The deliveries also helped boost a local restaurant featured in the show.

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Beyond Meat Partners With NBA Stars Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade on Social Justice

Plant-Based Meat

The plant-based protein brand says "food is a powerful vehicle for change."