News 2017-10-10T17:34:14+00:00
February 72017

BYU AdLab Alumni Matt Miller Promoted to BBDO CCO San Fran

January 27, 2017 Read his story featured on Adweek.

From Allstate’s Mayhem, to Barbie’s iconic “You Can Be Anything” campaign, everything Matt Miller touches turns to gold. Matt graduated from the BYU advertising program in 2008.
After spending six years working at Leo Burnett, he joined BBDO San Francisco.
Matt frequently returns to the BYU AdLab as a guest speaker.
February 62017

BYU Alumni Jason Bagley Joins Wieden+Kennedy as Executive Creative Director

December 21, 2016 Read it on Adweek

BYU Senior Creative Track recently met with Bagley on an agency tour of LA during his brief time at Deutsch as Chief Creative Officer. Only a few weeks later he would return to W+K as Executive Creative Director. Among many of his successes, Bagley is widely known for his work with Old Spice creating the Emmy winning campaign, “The Man you wished your Man Smelled Like.” Congrats Jason!

December 92016

Pierce Thiot Leads the Way at Anomaly LA

December 9, 2016 Check out his most recent spot.

Pierce Thiot graduated from the creative track at BYU in 2011. Since then, he was named one of Business Insider’s 30 Under 30 and has been working on the amazing Beats “Be Heard” campaign as a creative director at Anomaly LA.

November 232016

Brandsgiving: Two Students Serve Thanksgiving Dinner With A Side Of Advertising

November 23, 2016 – For the month of November, student-team Cat Delong and Micah Wilkes chose a brand a day that they were grateful for, and in an hour came up with an idea & execution for the brand. Brands and Adweek alike took notice.

Read about it on Adweek.

October 192016

Brent Anderson Named TBWA/Media Arts Lab Chief Creative Officer

OCT 2016 – Known for iconic campaigns such as Apple’s “Shot on iPhone 6” and Gatorade’s “Replay,” BYU AdLab alum Brent Anderson takes on a new role as TBWA/Media Arts Labs’ new chief creative officer. After working with internationally-recognized clients such as Airbnb, PlayStation, and Visa, Anderson looks to continue his creative legacy in sunny Los Angeles.

Read more on Adweek