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Memorial Day 2010

May 31, 2010 by     Comments Off on Memorial Day 2010    Posted under: Uncategorized

On this Memorial Day, let’s all find a WW2 vet and talk to them. This amazing group of people are getting very old, and their stories need to be shared first hand. God bless them. My Uncle Bud is still with us, and his stories from the Pacific always leave one feeling very humble.

How is WILLIAM CRAIG going to adjust to all the snow that Chicago winters are known for? Easily, since he’s a Chicagoland native and knows how to shovel that white stuff. He’s been down amongst the palms and sand castles of Tampa Bay, working as Promotion Manager at Scripps’ ABC affil WFTS, so he may be a little rusty. But he’s going to adjust easily when he heads back home to take a job at WGN doing that creative thing. Once he settles back in Chi-town, we’ll check in and see if he’s a Cubs fan, etc. Well Dunne! William.

BIGSMACKtv, the Philly based network branding and promotion agency, has found two new folks to help them make great spots. Welcome onboard goes to Sr. Art Director JASON SALO and to Sr. Visual Effects Director DAVE ZEEVALK. Native Clevelander Salo comes from NYC’s UVPhactory while Zeevalk is from Jersey…south Jersey to be precise. He’s been doing Lead CG Artist work at LookFX. Well Dunne! you two.

ANDREW AULT has had a very interesting job…at one time he was head of creative for CAA, the huge agency in LA. Andrew’s moved on since then and just recently was named Executive Creative Director for NBC Universal’s Integrated Sales Marketing  team’s internal creative agency. Cool. And Well Dunne!

How many TV types made the cut on Fast Company list of  the world’s 100 Most Creative Business Leaders? Check it out.

Think About This: "Our ordinary mind always tries to persuade us that we are nothing but acorns and that our greatest happiness will be to become bigger, fatter, shinier acorns; but that is of interest only to pigs. Our faith gives us knowledge of something better: that we can become oak trees." ~ E. F. Schumacher