Rockies – The Winners: Interactive / Multimedia

Websites – Consumer Budget Less Than $10,000:

Silver RockieDrake Cooper
United Dairymen of Idaho, TheChocolateGold.com
Concept:  Dennis Budell, Joe Quatrone
Casting:  Justin Yonk

Silver RockieCarew Co.
Urban Winemakers Cooperative, Urban Winemakers Cooperative Website
Concept:  Paul Carew, Nate Hanson
Art Director:  Nate Hanson
Producer:  Ryan Lascano

Websites – Consumer Budget More Than $10,000:

Silver Rockie – Drake Cooper
CBH Homes, CBH Homes Website
Concept:  Chad Connally
Art Director:  Jennie Myers
Casting:  Josh McDannel, Justin Yonk

Citation: IllustrationOliver Russell
Clearweath, Clearwealth Website
Concept:  Toby Robin
Copy:  Kelli Fulton
Art Director:  Toby Robin
Production:  Curious Media

Websites – B to B Budget Less Than $10,000:

Silver RockieBalihoo Creative
Wide Eye Productions, Website
Concept:  Nicolet Laursen
Copy:  Jennifer Isenhart
Art Director:  Mel Mansfield
Photographer:  Wide Eye Productions
Production:  Nicolet Laursen

Websites – B to B Budget More Than $10,000:

Silver Rockie – Drake Cooper
Idaho Department of Commerce, Idaho Department of Commerce Website
Concept:  Warren Lassen, Chad Connally

Online Advertising Non-Interactive:

Silver RockieMitchell + Palmer
ProTeam, Namaste
Concept:  Rob Palmer
Copy:  Billy Mitchell, Rob Palmer
Art Director:  Rob Palmer
Photographer:  David Day
Production:  Maria Sabo
Illustrator: Maria Sabo
Producer:  Maria Sabo

Internet Commercials:

Silver RockieNoot Group
BOB Strollers Inc., “Bob Strollers Snow Video”

Interactive / Multimedia Campaign:

Silver Rockie– Noot Group
BOB Strollers Inc., “BOB Interactive Campaign”

Websites – Consumer Budget More Than $10,000:

Gold RockieStoltz Marketing Group
AIRE, “AIRE Website”
Concept
:  Kate Holgate, David Cook
Copy:  David Cook, Dave Jansik
Art Director:  Kate Holgate
Productions:  Kate Holgate
Producer:  John Lewis, Stuart Walsh

Rockies – The Winners: Out of Home

Local Site Interior:

Silver RockieStoltz Marketing Group
Paramount, “Airport Display”
Concept
:  Kate Holgate, David Cook
Copy:  David Cook
Art Director:  Kate Holgate

Regional / National Outdoor Campaign:

Gold RockieDrake Cooper
United Dairymen of Idaho, Kristin Armstrong / Chocolate Milk Outdoor Campaign
Concept:  Dennis Budell, Joe Quatrone
Copy:  Joe Quatrone
Art Director:  Dennie Budell
Photographer:  Tri-Digital Group
Production:  Cale Cathey
Illustrator:  Cale Cathey

Rockies – The Winners: Identity Programs

Logo or Trademark Design:

Silver RockieDonahoe Pace & Partners
D&B Supply, D&B and Me
Concept:  Tom Donahoe and Tom Foerstel
Art Direction:  Jeff Harder

Packaging or Label Design:

Silver RockieStoltz Marketing Group
Smooth Old-Fashioned High, “What’s Good” Album Art
Concept:  Crissie McDowell
Copy:  Nick McDowell, Evan Reed, Russ Lodge, Patrick Crozier, Eric Ingersol
Art Director:  Crissie McDowell
Productions:  Crissie McDowell
Photography:  Crissie McDowell
Producer:  DiscMakers

Citation– Stoltz Marketing Group
RTG, “Royal Order Vodka Label”
Concept:  Crissie McDowell, Kate Holgate, David Cook
Copy:  David Cook
Art Director:  Crissie McDowell
Productions:  Crissie McDowell
Printing:  Panther Printing

Stationary Package:

Gold Rockie – Stoltz Marketing Group
The Quarries at Beaver Creek, “Stationary Package”
Concept
:  Crissie McDowell, David Cook
Copy:  David Cook
Art Director:  Crissie McDowell
Productions:  Crissie McDowell
Illustrator:  Crissie McDowell
Printing:  LithoGraphics

Rockies – The Winners: Newspaper

Regional / National Campaign, B&W, Any Size:

Silver RockieNoot Group
Meriwether Ranch, “Wall Street Journal Ads”

Regional / National, Color, Any Size:

Gold RockieDrake Cooper
United Dairymen of Idaho, Kristin Armstrong / Chocolate Milk Newspaper
Concept:  Dennis Budell, Joe Quatrone
Copy:  Joe Quatrone
Art Director:  Dennis Budell
Photographer:  Tri-Digital Group
Production:  Cale Cathey
Illustrator:  Cale Cathey

Rockies – The Winners: Public Service

Radio:

Silver RockieStoltz Marketing Group
Think Pink Inc., “Concert for the Cure”
Concept
:  David Cook, Kate Holgate, Lindzee Frei, Crissie McDowell
Copy:  David Cook
Producer:  Journal Broadcast Group, PlumVoice Productions

Newspaper:

Silver Rockie United Way of Treasure Valley
United Way Treasure Valley, 2008 Newspaper Campaign
Concept
:  David Cook, Doug Gneiting, Kristy Weyrich
Copy:  David Cook
Art Director:  Doug Gneiting
Photographer:  Todd Meier

Interactive:

Silver RockieOliver Russell
I Believe in Sasquatch Website
Concept
:  Jesse Huffman
Copy:  Kelli Fulton, Russ Stoddard
Art Director:  Russ Stoddard
Production:  Curious Media
Illustrator:  Jesse Huffman

Poster:

Silver RockieDrake Cooper
Bam Jam, Bam Jam Poster
Concept:  Dennis Budell, Joe Quatrone
Copy:  Sean D. Young
Art Director:  Dennis Budell, Cale Cathey
Photographer:  Todd Meier
Production:  Cale Cathey
Producer:  TableRock Printing

Direct Marketing / Speciality Items:

Silver Rockie – Oliver Russell
Boise Bike Brigade, Boise Bike Brigade Wearables
Concept:  Jesse Huffman, Bethany Walter
Art Director:  Russ Stoddard
Production:  Tony Tino
Illustrator:  Jesse Huffman
Separator:  Bethany Walter
Casting:  Riverside Screen Printing

Campaign Single Media:

Silver RockieBoise Community Radio
Boise Community Radio, Radio Boise Event Posters
Concept:  Jason Sievers
Copy:  Jason Sievers
Art Director:  Jason Sievers
Production:  Jason Sievers
Illustrator:  Jason Sievers
Producer:  Boise Radio

Campaign Mixed Media:

Silver Rockie– Stoltz Marketing Group
Think Pink, Inc., “Think Pink, Inc. Campaign”
Concept:  David Cook, Kate Holgate, Lindzee Frei, Crissie McDowell, Michelle Caster
Copy:  David Cook, Kate Holgate, Lindzee Frei, Crissie McDowell, Michelle Caster, Katie Shamburg
Art Director:  Kate Holgate, Crissie McDowell
Photography:  David Cook, Kate Holgate, Jen Henriksen, Steve Smith
Illustrator:  Kate Holgate, Crissie McDowell
Producer:  NW Printing, Journal Broadcast Group, PlumVoice Productions

Audio Visual:

Citation: MusicNorth by Northwest Productions
Boise Convention & Visitors Bureau, Boise is…
Concept:  Steve Simkins
Art Director:  Steve Simkins
Photographer:  Steve Simkins, Jeff Noble
Production:  John Nance

Interative:

Gold Rockie – Oliver Russell
Boise Bike Brigade, Boise Bike Brigade Website
Concept:  Jesse Huffman
Copy:  Russ Stoddard
Art Director:  Russ Stoddard
Production:  Jesse Huffman
Illustrator:  Jesse Huffman

Rockies Award Show – The Winners

Just in case you missed it, Saturday night was the Rockies — the Idaho Advertising Federation’s Awards Show.  And mixed in between the celebration, laughter, discussions and libations, the awards were presented!

The next series of posts will feature the winners of awards in each of the categories.  By breaking it out this way, it won’t (hopefully) become one long laundry list of names.

Stay tuned.  More details and winners around the bend.

AAF Silver Medal Award Winner: Russ Stoddard

At Saturday night’s Rockies Award Show, Russ Stoddard, Founder and President of Oliver Russell, was awarded the AAF Silver Medal from the Idaho Advertising Federation.

Russ, who founded Oliver Russell in 1991, was recognized for his tireless efforts in the marketing and advertising industry, as well as his dedication to giving back to the community through the agency’s O-pen Purse initiative.  That initiative has, to date, given back over $1.2 million dollars in financial and in-kind support to deserving charities throughout the area.

Russ, in his typical laid-back style, was quick to point out that much of the success that he’s had over the years was due to the incredibly talented people that he’s had the fortune to work with over the years.  He kept his speech brief, but congratulations seemed to be flowing throughout the night.

It was a well-deserved recognition, and an excellent choice by the Silver Medal Committee.

Congratulations Russ.

AIGA Event: The Histories of House Industries

In June, AIGA Idaho will be presenting The Histories of House Industries, featuring Type Director Ken Barber.  The event is scheduled for Thursday, June 18th starting at 6:00 PM.  Location is still TBD at this point, but it’s worth getting it on the calendar now.

Details as they are now known:

Date:  Thursday, June 18th
Time:  6:00 pm
Location:  TBD
Cost:  TBD

Questions about the event, or AIGA in general, should be directed to the AIGA Idaho folks.