Tag Archives: Bozell/NY
It was my first month at Bozell/NY and probably Ron’s third month since moving from Minneapolis. My partner, award-winning copywriter Mike LaMonica, and I had just shared (with Ron’s blessing) a new campaign for SEVENTEEN magazine with the Account team. It was a short meeting. The top person said “Well, I don’t like it. And […]
In the 1990’s, it could have been this one. CREATIVE CREDITS: Art Director: David Wojdyla Copywriter: Leland “Lee” Rosemond Creative Director: Ron Anderson
Virtually everything Ron saw, read, heard, felt (and I suppose smelled) was somehow instantly “cut-and-pasted” into his mind. And he could access it at a moment’s notice. A good example is the rusty shooting gallery duck on my bookshelf.
Ron Anderson is just the coolest guy ever. Smart, creative, a straight shooter. When I met him, I was a little nobody (still am) and he was this Big Time Executive. But Ron didn’t wear his power around the office like some smaller men do. Ron was always warm, friendly, down to earth. (He has […]
Anyone who has seen the 1988 Tom Hanks’ movie Big can appreciate the grandiose surroundings that those of us at Bozell New York enjoyed. A former department store, the interior boasted a towering atrium, sky-high Corinthian columns, a professional kitchen replete with a full-time chef, and several presentation theaters. Best of all the building was […]