James Corden Goes on a Hilarious Culinary Adventure in Droga5's Content Series for Chase

First Film Sees Comedian Foraging With Chef Mads Refslund

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Chase has teamed up with James Corden for a new content series promoting its Sapphire Reserve credit card, in which the ubiquitous "Late Late Show" host explores experiences that are shaping the "future of travel."

The first film in the series, by Droga5 New York, sees Corden go foraging in Los Angeles with Michelin-starred chef Mads Refslund, previously of Noma and Acme, whose new restaurant will open in Brooklyn next year. Corden also watches Refslund prepare a meal outdoors using futuristic techniques like liquid nitrogen and cooking in burlap sacks, keeping up his usual witty banter throughout. The light-hearted tone is such that foodies will be intrigued, but it'll also appeal to fans of Corden.

Directed by David Gelb at Nonfiction, the creator and director of "Chef's Table on Netflix," the series will in future see Corden visit companies pioneering new experiences in the transportation and accommodation spaces. It is being shown on "Meridian," Vox Creative's new travel site for which Chase Sapphire is the first exclusive partner, as well as on Chase.com and YouTube. Additional 15- and 30-second versions will run on Condé Nast and Time Inc. digital sites.

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Date
Oct 25, 2016
Agency:
Droga5 New York
Client:
Chase
Director:
David Gelb
Production Company:
Nonfiction
Creative Chairman:
David Droga
Chief Creative Officer:
Ted Royer
Creative Partner:
Duncan Marshall
Creative Director:
Karen Short
Creative Director:
Casey Rand
Senior Copywriter:
Stacey Smith
Art Director:
Melisa Chamorro
Chief Creative Officer:
Sally-Ann Dale
Co-Head of Production:
Bryan Litman
Co-Head of Production:
Jesse Brihn
Broadcast Producer:
Liliana Vega
Director of Integrated Production Business Affairs:
Dianne Richter
Senior Integrated Production Business Manager:
Denise Klapp
Global Chief Strategy Officer:
Jonny Bauer
Co-Head of Strategy:
Colm Murphy
Group Strategy Director:
Dan Ng
Communications Strategy Director:
Colleen Leddy
Group Communications Strategy Director:
Dean Challis
Strategy Director:
Thomas Haslow
Media Strategy Director:
Yael Glosser
Senior Communications Strategist:
Yan Wang
Communications Strategist:
Mariel Milner
Executive Group Director:
Agnes Fischer
Group Account Director:
Rachel Kornafel
Account Director:
Alexander Wood
Account Supervisor:
Marissa Guerra
Account Supervisor:
Caroline Engram
Account Manager:
Rosalie Bonner
Associate Account Manager:
Kylie Montero
Project Manager:
Laura Rothman
Chief Brand Officer:
Susan Canavari
President:
Pam Codispoti
Managing Director/General Manager:
Lisa Walker
Director, Brand and Advertising:
Ryan MacDonald
VP Brand Marketing:
Teresa McGlynn
VP Brand Marketing:
Rachel Basaldua
Production Company:
Non Fiction
Director:
David Gelb
Head of Production:
Patrick Degan
Executive Producer:
Michael Degan
Executive Producer:
Loretta Jeneski
Producer:
Franny Freiberger
Editorial Company:
Non Fiction
Editor:
Brad Grossman
Editor:
Isaac Hagy
Assistant Editor:
Matt Miner
Producer:
Arash Ayrom
Post Production:
The Mill
Creative Director:
Michael Schaeffer
Concept:
Chris Mennuto
Animator:
Frankie Principe
CG Generalist:
Ajit Menon
Frames:
Ilia Mokhtareizadeh
Colorist:
Fergus McCall
Producer:
Andrew Hamill
Production Coordinator:
Heather Martini
Music:
Extreme Music
Music:
Score A Score
Sound:
Sonic Union
Mix Engineer:
Michael Marinelli
Studio Director:
Justine Cortale

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