This Insurance Ad Looks More Like Musical Theater

Jake Scott Directs a Jaunty Spot for NFU Mutual

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British insurance company NFU Mutual enlisted RSA director Jake Scott (known for polished, glossy work like Johnnie Walker's Gentleman's Wager with Jude Law) to helm this spot that capitalizes on the fact that it pays out for 98% of claims.

This statistic is illustrated by a dapper insurance agent who dances on tree trunks, tap dances on walls, and slides down rooftops while coming to the aid of people who have had disasters happen to their houses. It's all jauntily done, in the style of musical theater -- almost enough to make you think a visit from an insurance agent will be entertaining rather than stressful.

Grey London is the creative agency. Sam Haynes and John Gibson, senior creatives, explained in a statement: "The world of insurance advertising can be very doom and gloom. We wanted something a bit more positive, a bit more upbeat" because NFU Mutual love helping people, and that should be celebrated."

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Date
Sep 06, 2016
Agency:
Grey London
Client:
NFU Mutual
Director of Marketing Strategy:
Gina Fusco
Head of Marketing:
Bev Mitchell
Brand Manager:
Tina Martin
Executive Creative Director:
Nick Rowland
Senior Creative:
John Gibson
Senior Creative:
Sam Haynes
Account Team:
Jeremy Pyne
Account Team:
Oliver Lester
Account Team:
Emma Stockton
Agency Producer:
Charlotte Marshall
Planner:
Rachel Walker
Media Agency:
Vizeum
Production Company:
RSA Films,
Director:
Jake Scott
Producer:
Cindy Burnay
Editor:
Ed Cheeseman
Editorial Company:
Final Cut
Audio Engineer:
Munzie Thind
Audio:
Grand Central Recording Studios
Music Company:
Wake The Town
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