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THE GREAT ALONE 

Director: Greg Kohs

Directed by Ten-time Emmy®-winning filmmaker Greg Kohs, The Great Alone is a feature length documentary shot in the arctic of Alaska that chronicles the incredible comeback journey of four-time Iditarod champion, Lance Mackey. It won the Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary at the 2015 Seattle International Film Festival.
CURE

Director: Paul Goldman

This short mockumentary web film was part of a larger campaign for Cure Auto Insurance. The film, accompanied with 30 second spots, exposed the discriminatory practices of car insurance companies.
GOOGLE

Director: Greg Kohs

This is one of a series of online ads I cut as part of Google's "Search Stories" campaign." Each ad features the world's most popular search engine to tell moving stories of changed lives. This viral hit about a Louisiana teacher who won $1 million for pitching the perfect game was my favorite.

 

TWIX

Director: Roderick Fenske

Need a moment? Chew it over with Twix.
 
 

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

Director: Jim Signorelli

I would seriously eat one of these, but only up until the blueberry pancake.
 
 
H&R BLOCK

Director: Sam Cadman

A wrecking crew tries to demolish a building with a giant stuffed pink bunny, underscoring the need for the right tax preparation tool.

 

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

Director: Jim Signorelli

MILKY WAY

Director: The Perlorian Brothers

Steve Martin's cold open, with a cameo from Alec Baldwin.
 
 
Comfort in every bar.
 
 
FOOD NETWORK

Director: Tim Abshire

UNICEF Tap Project

Director: Wayne McClammy

Worst Cooks in America Season 6 promo.
 
 
Not just any tap water, it's famous water! Celebrities, including Selena Gomez, donated their own tap water to help raise awareness of the world water crisis.
 
 
NFL

Director: Jesse Dylan

With NFL.com's in-depth player coverage, you'll know so much about your favorite players, it's scary.
 
 
AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE CONSERVANCY

Director: Kate Riedl

This documentary, titled "This Is Where We Live," is being used to raise money for saving and protecting the land known as Seven Emu and Pungalina. It tells the story of one of Australia's last great natural areas that an Aboriginal man, Frank Shadforth, and his ancestors have held for many generations, and his desire to keep it preserved for all people to enjoy.