ESPN : NASCAR Variables Variables, dear boy. Variables. Published On May 13, 2010 Editor's Pick Wieden New York and Zoic follow up the stunning Dominoeswith this up-close CG look at what can go wrong. Most Popular Startup Bestow debuts first brand campaign as the pandemic heats up life insurance marketing Volvo reminds us of when seatbelts were seen as a 'terrible idea' Kale chips with your tampons? Credits Date May 14, 2010 Brand : ESPN Client : ESPN Agency : Wieden & Kennedy - New York Creative Director : Stuart Jennings Copywriter : Luke Behrends Copywriter : Heather Larimer Art Director : Cyrus Coulter Producer : Dan Blaney Executive Creative Director : Todd Waterbury Executive Creative Director : Kevin Proudfoot Agency Head of Content : Gary Krieg Production Company : Zoic Studios Director : Loni Peristere Executive Producer : Steve Schofield Executive Producer : Erik Press Editorial Company : Zoic Studios Editor : Dmitri Gueer Editorial Executive Producer : Erik Press Visual Effects Company : Zoic Studios Visual Effects Executive Producer : Steve Schofield Visual Effects Executive Producer : Erik Press Visual Effects Supervisor : Chris Jones Visual Effects Director : Loni Peristere Visual Effects Coordinator : Adam Reeb CG Supervisor : Michael Cliett Visual Effects Supervisor : Andy Wilkoff Visual Effects Producer : Erin Hicke Visual Effects Producer : Sean Tompkins Animator : Brian White Animator : Mark Shimer 2D Compositing : Nate Overstrom Compositor : Dayna Mauer Compositor : Ken Littleton Music : Metallica Sound Design : Brian Emrich Label : Rhino Entertainment Mix Company : Sound Lounge Mixer : Philip Loeb Need a credit fix? Contact the Creativity Editors Industry Media Project Type Video Related work ESPN: ESPN puts a positive spin on delayed Euro soccer finals ESPN: ESPN gets athletes, sports commentators and fans to send video ‘love letters’ to sports ESPN: Simone Biles, Lindsey Vonn and other athletes break records and win titles in ESPN's rousing campaign ESPN: ESPN Sports App | "Where There Was None"