Carrie Brownstein Shows Her Many Faces in New Amex Spot

New spot out of Ogilvy shows no matter what role you play, Amex is on your side.

Published On
May 16, 2013

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Being an American Express member brings various perks, no matter who you are, as seen in this new spot starring comedian/actress Carrie Brownstein, created out of Ogilvy & Mather New York and directed by Imperial Woodpecker's Stacy Wall.

Brownstein is quite the creative polymath--she's star of IFC hipster sketch comedy show Portlandia, and was also guitarist/vocalist for Sleater-Kinney. Turns out, she also had a short stint in the ad world at Wieden Kennedy. In this new spot, her many talents are on display as she plays a businessman, drill sergeant sitar instructor and big box-shopping mom, all who enjoy the benefits of being in the Amex card-carrying club.

Credits

Date
May 16, 2013
Brand:
American Express
Client:
American Express
Agency:
Ogilvy & Mather-New York
Chief Creative Officer:
Steve Simpson
Executive Creative Director:
Steve Howard
Group Creative Director:
Chris Van Oosterhout
Creative Director, Art Director:
Michael Paterson
Creative Director/ Copywriter:
Richard Ryan
Art Director:
Jelani Curtis
Copywriter:
Afshin Hatami
Executive Producer:
Melissa Mapes
Producer Assistant:
Linzy Anderson
Producer Assistant:
Garrett Crabb
Post Production Producer:
Jenna Gartland
Music Producer:
Michael Freeman
Production Company:
Imperial Woodpecker
Director:
Stacy Wall
Producer:
Andrew Travelstead
Editor:
Paul Snyder
Editorial:
Lost Planet
Executive Producer:
Krystn Wagenberg
Producer:
Kate McCormick
Producer:
Lauren Hafner
Color:
The Mill
Colorist:
Fergus McCall
Colorist:
Damian Van Der Cruyssen
Flame Artist:
Suspect
Music:
Jesus Lizard
Music:
Human
Online:
Black Hole

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