Ad of the Day | Lyft: Nope/Yep

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Media Type:

Film Film

Brand

brand

Agency

agency

Country:

USA

Industry:

Automotive

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Credits

Advertising Agency:

Wieden+Kennedy, New York, USA

Executive Creative Director:

Karl Lieberman

Creative Directors:

Stuart Jennings, Eric Helin

Copywriter:

Matt Simpson

Art Director:

Alison Joseph

Head of Integrated Production:

Nick Setounski

Executive Producer:

Alison Hill

Producer:

Jordan Leinen

Associate Producer:

Ava Rant

Strategy Director:

Tass Tsitsopoulos

Senior Brand Strategist:

Cristina Pansolini

Social Strategist:

Adrian Brinkley

Account Directors:

Samantha Wagner, Molly Ball

Account Supervisor:

Lee Ford

Head of Business Affairs:

Patrick O'Donoghue

Business Managers:

Michael Moronez, Andrea Sierra

Project Manager:

Carly Lissak

Director of Comms Planning:

Karlo Cordova

Associate Media Director:

Neil Sawhney

Traffic:

Sonia Bisono, Tina Wyatt

Director of Creative Services:

Chris Whalley

Studio Manager:

Jill Kearton

Print Producer:

Samantha Duncan, Ashley Mehall

Production Company:

MJZ

Director:

Tom Kuntz

Executive Producer:

Eriks Krumins

Producer:

Emily Skinner

Editorial Company:

Mackcut

Executive Producer:

Gina Pagano

Editor:

Gavin Cutler

Assistant Editor:

Brendan Hogan

Sound Design:

Sam Shaffer

VFX Company:

The Mill

Senior Producer:

Clairellen Wallin

Associate Producer:

Zach Fortin

Chief Creative Officer:

Angus Kneal

Telecine Company:

Company 3

Head of Color / Grade Artist:

Tom Poole

Color Producer:

Alexandra Lubrano

Mix Company:

Sonic Union

Mixer:

Steve Rosen

Producer:

Pat Sullivan

Studio Director:

Justine Cortale

Date:

December, 2018

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