JWT’s tasty Dreyer’s campaign and other projects

A NEW JWT CAMPAIGN for Dreyer’s Dibs? bite sized ice cream snacks will run a cinema ads in July and August, and run on TV from now through the week of Sept. 17.

Douglas Avery of Furlined, L.A. directed the two 30s, “Giant Pretzel” and “Sponge Cake.” ECD was Graham Woodall, copywriter, Gary Kurrub, A/D Jim Furrh, producer, Catherine Hudon. Optimus provided editorial, graphics, sound design and mix.

JOE BOGDAN’S BIG FOOT PRODUCTIONS created a corporate image piece for Andrew Corp. of Orland Park, makers of products used in wireless telecommunications.

The 2-minute looping video, that required 500 hours of compositing mostly in AfterEffects, was projected across three screens 16×9 plasma screens at Andrew’s booth at the recent CITA Wireless Convention in Orlando.

Bogdan said the main visual going across the 2,200 pixel wide screens played like a video wall. Another version played on a single screen throughout the suite.

Designer/animator Chris Corbin led the three-person creative team. Bogdan produced the video, and directed some shooting against a green screen.

FOR A CHANGE OF PACE, nationally-known kids director Bob Ebel directed an adult comedy campaign for Stanley Steamers via Dallas-based Loomis agency.

“We shot an incredible 10 spot package in five days,” says Ebel. Bill Ebel is editing.