This 60-second spot – created alongside Leo Burnett London – follows a group of miniature men and women on a journey through the idyllic British countryside as they improve the Happy Meal’s contents. It took director Yves Geleyn and his team of fifty people 12 weeks to bring the spot to life, building six sets, as well as 3D-printing and hand-painting hundreds of characters. “It’s filmed almost entirely using stop motion, which I love,” says Yves. My role in this project was producer.
Continuing our loveable campaign for McDonald’s with good friends Leo Burnett London and director Peter Sluszka, the Happys are found in a top secret lair training to become super heroes! Running, flying and climbing their way to adventure, the Happys are determined to become like their DC and Hello Kitty idols. My role in this project was producer.
Continuing our longstanding relationship and campaign with BBDO SF, director Gabe Askew and Hornet once again bring the family together in their latest commercial for Uncle Ben’s. Conceived as a healthy ‘moment of realization’, Dad decides to skip the frozen meals and cook a healthy, comforting meal with his daughter. My role in this project was producer.
Peter Sluszka shows drivers what happens on the other side of the windshield in this clever PSA “Stop The Roadkill.” Collaborating with The Humane Society for Bosch, Hornet and Grey teamed up on this humorous film that advocates safe, conscientious driving via a band of cautionary, zombie animals. My role in this project is producer.
Director Peter Sluszka continues his creative adventure for Leo Burnett London and McDonald’s with this new mixed media spot. Featuring the restaurant’s mischievous global mascots, the Happys, this advert jumps into the newspaper bringing the literary world of Roald Dahl to life. My role in this project is producer.