This high school graduate used her love of cheese pies and garlic sauce to gain admission into Yale University.
This girl boss binges a Netflix show of the same name and follows a food-obsessed canine on Instagram.
The activist group is shifting its media strategy to include more demonstrations after Lamar Advertising Company issued a boycott on its business.
This media strategist dances to Colombian beats when she's cooking her Whole30 meals in the kitchen.
The celebrity chef collaborates with nonprofit End Allergies Together in its first advertisement aimed at educating consumers about sometimes fatal ingredients.
This senior designer is addicted to travel tips from chef Anthony Bourdain and listening to the "Hamilton" soundtrack on repeat.
"This hype around digital and social is a bit of an exaggeration. It needs to be part of the mix, but it cannot be the only thing."
This Francophile listens to French rap and is reading bilingually between Donna Tart's 'The Goldfinch' and Chistophe Ono-dit-Biot's 'Croire Au Merveilleux.'
Droga5 develops a new campaign for the athletic apparel brand featuring Misty Copland, Natasha Hastings and others.
Former Dos Equis pitchman Jonathan Goldsmith returns as tech company Luma's spokesperson in a brand-developed spot.
The "Cheers" actor saddles up to a bar and tries to convince patrons that he's just a regular guy who drinks the Diageo-owned vodka.
The toy brand returns to video advertising with its first spot since 2015, appealing to parents in search of positive role models.
The country's marketing organization partners with National Geographic Travel Lab to create the agency's first video series
This Pokéfan has amassed 17,127 items of memorabilia from the anime series and now holds the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of Pokémon items.
This copywriter is partial to "super heavy" TV dramas but will occasionally binge-watch "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" to maintain her sanity.
Saatchi & Saatchi London gives the ice cream brand a youthful vibe in a new spot titled "Everyday Made Extraordinary."
The platform super-serves its core audience by featuring authors in videos from LA agency Standard Time.
The content producer thought outside the bun by getting married at the chain's flagship Las Vegas restaurant.
Aside from improving his golf swing, this executive producer looks to YouTube for tips on assembling baby furniture for his growing family.
The Preacher-created film brings together couples whose marriages span three months to 42 years.