08 Sep 2016

Remember Yesterday, Live for Today: Miami ad School students commemorate 9/11

A group of Miami Ad School students took to the streets of downtown New York City in the early morning of the 11th of September. They came to remember and leave simple message.

On September 11 a group of Miami Ad School New York Students set out for the crosswalks surrounding Ground Zero to bring the city together.


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02 Sep 2016

Wrecked Car Becomes Giant Emoji in Grad Effort for Sprint’s “DN’T TXT & DRIVE” Campaign

Miami Ad School graduates Suhey Saldarriaga and Sheska Ocasio imagined the most powerful metaphor possible for dangers of texting and driving, creating a cautionary sculpture for the age.

Miami Ad School graduates—and Alma team—Suhey Saldarriaga and Sheksa Ocasio make a bold safety statement with the “Last Emoji.”


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26 Aug 2016

R/GA’s Connected Office An Ideal Home for Alumni Trio

When it’s just right, you know it. Katy Moseley, Zoë Lyle and Edward Miller found their “just right” place as a three-person team at R/GA in New York City.

Miami Ad School alums Katy Moseley, Zoë Lyle and Edward Miller found the perfect jobs for them at R/GA in New York City.


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25 Aug 2016

Give Your Voice to Those Who Have Been Censored

Miami Ad School students and Ogilvy & Mather create a project for Amnesty International

Miami Ad School student interns and Ogilvy & Mather came up with an idea to team Amnesty International with Dubsmash to give supporters a new way to join the human rights organization’s global fight against censorship.


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22 Aug 2016

Social Media Yard Sale Earns Grad Team a Titanium Lion

Miami Ad school graduates Erika Kohnen and Lauren Cooper turn “The World’s Longest Yard Sale” into “The First Ever Pinterest Yard Sale.”

Miami Ad School graduates (and team at Deutsch NY) Erika Kohnen and Lauren Cooper win a Titanium Lion at Cannes for their “First Ever Pinterest Yard Sale” for Krylon.


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