The Way We See Things
At the heart of every brand is an essential truth. As a collective, our purpose is to find the one truth that distinguishes a brand from all others. And then to make sure that everyone who is a part of the brand, and everyone who discovers it, at every touch point, recognizes this truth and is inspired by it to the extent that they want to make it a part of their lives. We are a group of highly talented individuals, teams and companies from around the world, connected by a commitment and a spirit of collaboration to bring this vision to life and to create brand legends.
Co-Founder, Creative Director, Art
In his 34 years as a creative director and designer, John has created powerful campaigns for some of the world’s most reputable brands. Whether it be launching brands such as Timberland, Saturn, EV1, the first electric car, Inc. magazine, campaigns for IBM, Kodak, Sony, Jaguar, Land Rover, Morgan Stanley, Brand USA, the US ARMY, JPMorgan Chase & Co. or Tiffany & Co., John’s work has inspired these brands internally as much as they have externally.
In an article in Adweek, Hal Riney called him, “An Art Director's Art Director.”
From Cannes awards to Emmy nomination, John has been chief creative officer of Doyle Advertising & Design Group, Berlin Cameron Doyle, Hal Riney, Y&R Irvine, Labyrinth Worldwide and founding partner at The CORE Collective
John continues to design, direct, and reposition national brands.
He remains amongst the most heralded art directors, designers and creative mentors in the world.
Co-Founder, Director, Photography, Film
Over the last decade Justin has worked as a Director, DP and Photographer on a wide range of successful campaigns. His insatiable passion for travel, people and adventure influence his unique point of view and the way he brings stories to life.
Justin has worked with some of the world's most sought after brands: Ford, National Geographic, Patagonia, Discovery Channel, National Science Foundation, Toyota, Chase, and many others.
Most recently, Justin launched Microsoft’s “Do More” campaign, traveling extensively around the world capturing photos to be shared to their 100 million social media following.
Justin continues to explore new types of photography, never allowing himself to be limited to one category.