Work produced this Ameritech commercial centered around the idea that we are all connected to each other within 6 degrees.
A video to expose the downsides of smoking cigarettes to young people from the California Department of Health.
Work produced this video for Cobra, making mufflers in California since 1977. This was part of a multi-channel campaign to rebrand and grow the Cobra presence.
What could be funnier than a superhero workout routine? Work produced this video for Crunch.
The best concerts are the ones we attend from the driver's seat of our car.
How do you show off product, portray a brand, and advertise a sale all in a short video spot? Like we did here for Macy's.
We had all heard of Miller Time, now we understand it better.
There was a time when you could find everything you needed in the Nynex Yellow Pages.
You can't plan your next accident, but you can plan where you will go when it happens.
Find a job that's right for you. Work produced this video for Snagajob, the number one provider of hourly employment.
Super 8 is probably not your destination, but it sure is great when you are on your way there.
When the nations number 1 graduate school for advertising wanted to create an award, they turned to Work Labs. Presenting the Square Peg award.
Can anyone tell us why smoking isn't stupid? This campaign invited engagement from young people to discover why smoking is stupid and gross for themselves.
While photographing for a 60’ mural of a moon-shining scene with hidden things to find in the background i.e bigfoot, we decided to take a short video of the scene for social media. Designed for a restaurant located in historic moonshine capital of the world, Lynchburg, VA.