For cyber criminals, identity is the most vulnerable point of exploitable access. And for businesses, the identity of every employee represents a potential threat to the organization's most precious secrets. Boston agency, Colossus, explores these themes in a fantastical new campaign for client CyberArk.
Boston agency Colossus has hired Trish Dowley as executive producer. Trish joins the thriving indie shop after honing her skills at agencies such as MullenLowe and Arnold. She has worked on Fortune 500 brands including Acura, Google, JetBlue, Carnival, U.S. Cellular, Avis, McDonald’s and others.
“Trish has helped create some amazing work over the years at agencies we really admire,” said Colossus ECD Travis Robert[Read More]
Advertising agency Colossus has delivered its latest work starring actor/director/producer Elizabeth Banks for client Archer Roose, a serious wine that doesn’t take itself too seriously. The brand, which sells luxury wine in cans, prides itself on inclusivity, sustainability and taking the stuffiness out of wine drinking.
It started with four friends from middle school who went their separate ways for high school and college, but reunited each summer on the shores of Cape Cod. With that as inspiration, they hatched the idea of creating the perfect drink for celebrating good times with good friends. With private funding, a whole lot of intuition and perseverance, and branding and packaging work from New York-based marketing services agency Method1, th[Read More]
As leading wellness brand New Chapter furthers its success through unique product offerings and strategic marketing, the company sought out a partner that would both align with their brand values and bring a unique energy to the assignment. After a [Read More]