Shephali Bhatt
May 14, 2012

MMGB: Y&R New York's 'Metamorphosis' for Conrad Hotels

This Monday morning, we pick work that gives you a chance to be who you choose to be

MMGB: Y&R New York's 'Metamorphosis' for Conrad Hotels

Let's take a moment this morning to realise what we want to be, who we want to be, and commit to ourselves that we can be whoever we choose to be. That we have that power, within us. And how does this Monday morning gloom buster aid us in doing that?

Watch this Y&R New York TV commercial to know how

Feel the strength already? Then wait no more. Channelise it to crack that one brief, that one key strategy. Happy working.

Credits:
Client: Conrad Hotels & Resorts
Agency: Y&R New York
Production company: Rabbit Content
Director: Nick Losq
Executive producer: Joby Barnhart
Producer: Lloyd Dsouza
Director of photography: Kevin Gosselin
Makeup effects: Legacy Effects
Effects producer: J. Alan Scott
Makeup: Scott Stoddard
Makeup: Michael Ornelaz
Wardrobe: Michi Tomimatsu
Actor: Jason Gray-Stanford
Post production: Rabbit Content Edit: Alex Trudeau Viriato
Flame artist/VFX: Danny Yoon
Music and sound design: Human Audio mix: Tom Jucarone
Audio mix: Sound Lounge
Chief creative officer: Jim Elliott
Vice president/Creative director: Gabriel Hoskins
Vice president/Creative director: Cheryl Chapman Executive director/Content production: Marc Sobier
Production: Nathy Aviram
Content producer: Kim Cross
Executive producer: Craig Jeliniker
Assistant director: Mark Sobier

Source:
Campaign India

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