NEW YORK: The Association of Independent Commercial Producers' 2000 lecture series at the Museum of Modern Art focused on the new media landscape and commercial filmmaking's place in it. Speakers for the lecture series joined AICP executives (from l.): Kevin Wassong, director of digital communications, J. Walter Thompson USA; Myer Berlow, president-interactive marketing, America Online; AICP President Matt Miller; Mark Kvamme, chairman, USWeb/CKS; Roberto Cecchini, president and executive producer, Artists Co.; Bob Jeffrey, president, JWT, New York; broadcast journalist Forrest Sawyer; Robert M. Greenberg, chairman-CEO, R/GA Digital Studios; and Lee Hunt, VP-media and entertainment, Razorfish.
LAS COLINAS, TEXAS: Temerlin McClain President David Lyon (l.) and Dennis Visich, executive director of marketing and strategic planning, welcomed guests to the agency's new headquarters during a recent open house.
MADISON, WIS.: Lindsay, Stone & Briggs sponsored Brandworks University, a branding conference for marketing executives and new-product development specialists, at the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Monona Terrace Convention Center. Joining agency principals (from l.): Rick Stone, exec VP, Marsha Lindsay, CEO, and Harvey Briggs, creative director, is Mike Donahue, exec VP, American Association of Advertising Agencies.
LOS ANGELES: The Association of Asian American Advertising Agencies held its summer conference at the New Otani Hotel & Garden. Attendees at the conference included (from l.): Eliot Kang, president-CEO, Kang & Lee; Ellen Kiyomizu, senior VP, and Angelique Vega, VP, both at Publicis & Hal Riney; Lily Pu, senior partner-director of strategic planning and research, Ogilvy & Mather; Shelley Yamane, VP-strategic services, Muse Cordero Chen & Partners; Julia Huang, CEO, Intertrend; and James Cheung, creative director, Messner Vetere Berger McNamee Schmetterer/Euro RSCG.