Creativity

Best Buy: Asking Amy -- Super Bowl XLVII

She's got questions.

Published on Jan 30, 2013

Editor's Pick

Asking Amy" is the theme of this year's Super Bowl spot from Best Buy, and this spot, created by Crispin Porter & Bogusky, shows that the "asking" part is probably the adjective for Amy Poehler, in this case.

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Credits

Date
Jan 30, 2013
Agency:
Crispin Porter + Bogusky
Client:
Best Buy
Worldwide Chief Creative Officer:
Rob Reilly
ECD/Production:
Steve Babcock
Creative Director:
Dave Cook
Creative Director:
Rich Tlapek
Creative Director:
Matt Fischvogt
Associate Creative Director:
Jamin Duncan
Senior Copywriter:
Jim Heekin
Art Director:
Jon Barco
Copywriter:
Kelly McCormick
Video Production:
Chad Hoppenwasser
Senior Integrated Producer:
Ramon Nuñez
Integrated Producer:
Romeo Joven
Junior Integrated Producer:
Jamie Slade
Executive Music Producer:
Bill Meadows
Integrated Music Producer:
Jorge Ivan Vargas Perez
Junior Music Producer:
Chip Herter
Cognitive Anthropologist:
Omar Quinones
Director:
Bryan Buckley
Director of Photography:
Scott Henriksen
Executive Producer:
Kevin Byrne
Executive Producer:
Mino Jarjoura
Production Supervisor:
Steve Ruggieri
Editorial:
No6
Editor:
Kevin Zimmerman
Editor:
Dan Aronin
Executive Producer:
Crissy DeSimone
Post Production:
Leslie Tabor
Visual Effects:
The Mill - New York
Producer:
Dan Roberts
Post Effects Supervisor:
Phil Crowe
Post Effects Supervisor:
Westley Sarokin
Lead Online Editor:
Martin Lazaro
Graphics:
Buck Studios
Senior Producer:
Nick Terzich
Mixing House:
Lime Studios
Executive Producer:
Jessica Locke
Audio Engineer:
Mark Mehuas
Audio Engineer:
Matt Miller
Music House:
Beacon Street Studios
Editor:
Kevin Zimmerman
Editor:
Kyle Whitmore
Composer:
Andrew Feltenstein
Composer:
John Nau
Senior Producer:
Leslie DiLullo
Color:
CO3
Colorist:
Siggy Ferstl

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