Check out Tytan’s newest spot for Savannah Morning News. This spot shows the news outlet as a primary source of information that can only be found in local detail-oriented reporting.
The Tytan administrative team attended the International Association of Comprehensive Aesthetics 2011 annual meeting being held in San Diego, CA from July 28 to July 30, 2011. This was an exciting chance to branch out and meet new potential clients in the medical field.
“Great trip to San Diego. Met with existing clients and met lots of new friends… really excited about the new folks we met with and looking forward to what we can do for them.” -JIm Stone
We are so excited Savannah is participating in Fashion’s Night Out! It’s going to be a wild night of fashion & music for a seriously awesome cause. Check out the website and see what it’s all about.
Over 200 individual waves were created in this 245 layer animated transition for Tytan’s newest TV spot created for Fiddler’s Crab House. Thank you Mark Nguyen for all of your hard work! Finished piece soon to come!
Tytan’s own Brad Kremer has released his stunning video documentary of photographer Michael Levin. Filmed in Kyushu, Japan. It has received 17,598 views since June.
In Brad Kremer’s stunning video documentary of photographer Michael Levin, he somehow captures the loneliness of the life of a photographer, but also the beauty of Kyushu, Japan, where it was filmed. A Canon 5DMKII, shooting a Hasselblad H4D. Beautiful.
“In order for agencies to stay relevant, they must embrace the Culture of Code.” -Rei Inamoto explains
Rei Inamoto, Chief Creative Officer at AKQA (Ferrari, Heineken and The Smirnoff Be There Campaign) expands on his recent tweet regarding The Cannes Lions festival and how they have changed the strapline from ‘international advertising festival’ to ‘international festival of creativity’. Inamoto says, He’s Looking for the ideas that rewrite the formula for a new decade of creative storytelling.
Internet Domains Expand From ‘.com’ to Pretty Much Anything – Article from The Atlantic Wire
An interesting article about advances in mobile advertising and the changing face of media in technology. Tytan has begun to create a number of apps and ad’s for a variety of new platforms.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TYBEE ISLAND, Georgia (June 21, 2011) – Tytan claimed an astounding 22 awards out of 27 submissions at the 32nd Annual national Telly Awards. The Telly Awards honor the very best local, regional, and national cable television commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions and work created for the Web. Since 1978, the mission of the Telly Awards has been to strengthen the visual arts community by inspiring, promoting, and supporting creativity. The 32nd Annual Telly Awards received over 11,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents.
Tytan is the brainchild of Executive Producer and CEO Jim Stone and Chief Creative Officer Scott Jacobs, and is located on Tybee Island. This year’s total for the firm included 6 silver awards, the highest mark of achievement for the Telly Awards, and 16 bronze awards. Winning categories included local television commercials, viral video, employee communications, live events, visual effects and animation. The Tytan team is excited to have achieved a remarkable success rate at this year’s Telly Awards – 82% of the work submitted was awarded recognition by the judges.
Local clients honored for their award-winning work with Tytan include The Savannah Morning News (1 silver award and 5 bronze awards), South Magazine (2 bronze awards), Southern Motors Honda (1 silver award), Southern Motors Acura (1 bronze award) and Roxify Studio (1 bronze award). Tytan also took home honors for clients based in South Carolina, Illinois and California.
“We enjoy working with our friends in the local community, and also with clients a little farther away” says Jacobs. “It’s a great mix of projects and keeps us sharp.”
For more information on Tytan, visit www.tytancreates.com. To learn more about the Telly Awards, go to www.tellyawards.com.
Lauri Engler, Media Relations