Monday, September 28, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
It was great fun working with Boise State University Director of Communications Frank Zang, Donahoe/Pace and North By Northwest on the backgrounds for the new Boise State television spots that are currently running.
We created backgrounds for Astronaut Barbara Morgan, Head Football Coach Chris Peterson and Motion Picture Director Michael Hoffman. The images appear as moving backgrounds in the spot, which runs heavily during the televised Bronco Games.
Posted by Greg Sims at 10:05 AM
Monday, September 21, 2009
We are so stoked to see that Photo District News is highlighting our Architectural images on their Photo Serve Web Site So great to see the shout out!! Thanks PDN.
Posted by Greg Sims at 2:15 PM
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Just finished the post for the new national Pro-Team Ad with Mitchell + Palmer Agency. We did a retro feel with a game show theme. It was so great to work with Rob, Billy and Hollis on the project, a incredible creative team. The ads are hitting the pubs as we speak.
Posted by Greg Sims at 9:16 AM
Friday, September 11, 2009
I just finalized the proof for the new Boise State Broncos poster, Last Line of Defense, featuring the amazing Jeron Johnson and George Iloka. These guys are truly terrifying and have established themselves as incredible Defensive Backs.
The posters are available at the Bronco Stores. There are a series of 6 posters that will be released throughout the football season. Stay tuned for other release dates. Collect all six!!
Posted by Greg Sims at 9:29 AM
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Gerry Wilson, Kyle's brother just stopped by the studio to show us his motor home. We provided all the images and the killer guys at Motive Media did all the graphics. Gerry is going to drive the motor home to all the Boise State Bronco football games this year in support of his brother. What a killer group of guys. We are so honored to be part of the Boise State, Blue Magazine Family.
Posted by Greg Sims at 11:54 AM