I was so proud to tell my parents that I had a billboard running in the Western United States. 

Art: Sam Stone (she’s amazing, check her work out)

Speed readers rejoice at faster internet speeds.


Billboard for NFL Redzone, a feature which lets you watch every score on Sunday. The media space was outside the Georgia Dome in Atlanta—or as Ludacris calls it "The A."


Newspaper print for an annual football preview in Florida.


Fight night baby (this one was animated, unfortunately I don’t have that file).


P.S. This is where I met Matt Cassatta, the best creative director around. He taught me that advertising isn’t just about making commercials, it’s about what you do outside of work–like belting your favorite songs out at Kareoke, playing whiffle ball in the park on a perfect summer sunday and standing up for the kind of taco you like no matter what. He also worked on Del Taco, so he’s more than a friend to me, he’s also a personal hero.

See my other work

My very first TV spot. The story about how I turned my once-a-week blog posting gig into a copywriter/VP of marketing gig for a sweatshirt startup. More TV/social spots, this time for water conservation. Also, a radio spot where a mom tries to trick her son into thinking it’s national walk to the park while eating a donut day so she can talk to him about underage drinking. A TV spot about how riding public transportation can sometimes feel like flying. A few more radio spots, this time about how the choice to drive buzzed can be a devestating one for somebody else. And all the songs I wrote and recorded for new business pitches. Thanks for checking it out.

Email: hi@coby.co