Andi Lovett

September 23, 2011

How to Handle Creative Differences

When it comes to creative, everyone has an opinion.  Ultimately it’s the client’s opinion that matters.  But what can you do when the client is flat […]
August 16, 2011

Contrast Makes The World Go Round

Contrast is defined by my friends at as a verb used to “compare in order to show unlikeness or differences; note the opposite natures, purposes, […]
July 14, 2011

Radio on TV

Thanks to “Watch Instantly” and VOD services from all across the ‘net I’ve been catching up on movies and television shows I’ve always wanted to see, […]
May 9, 2011

How to Define Best? An Existentialist Look At Defining The Word

Three rows from the stage for Steve Winwood? This was close. Warren Zevon opened and he was in full-one-man band mode. Mr. Winwood played everything I wanted to hear plus. What keeps this from being the “best” is the ….gentleman….seven or eight rows back yelling “Nighttrain” every five seconds. Seriously? Out of Steve Winwood’s entire catalogue THAT’S the one you’re gonna go with? That’s his “Freebird?” Umm…no.
February 25, 2011

Interview with Production Director Ian Cohen

Everything has a burn factor. At some point, a commercial is going to outlive its usefulness. At that point you want to have a new spot ready to go or the next step in the campaign.