AdoptUsKids 'gift' by Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners

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Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners has created four humorous spots for the Collaboration to AdoptUsKids in New York, which lets prospective parents know that they do not have to be perfect to be a perfect parent. The ads were directed by one of the co-creators of Trigger Happy TV, Sam Cadman. "Gift" follows the story of adopted parents excitedly giving their new daughter a gift. She opens it to find a garish jumper, almost exactly like the one her mother is wearing. Her mother says "well I remember how much you said you liked mine", as the teenager smiles politely and says "oh". The other three spots are called "hamster", "phone" and "consoling".

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Released: 21 June 2006

Credits

Project name
AdoptUsKids
Ad Agency
Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners, New York
Executive creative director
Rob Feakins
Creative director
Steve Doppelt
Copywriters
Susan Young, Aaron Robnett
Art director
Daniela Vojta
Producer
Kayvalyn Tersch
Production company
Tool of North America, Santa Monica, California
Director
Sam Cadman
Director of photography
Adam Beckman
Executive producer
Jennifer Siegel
Head of production
Amy DeLossa
Line producer
George Fares
Editorial company
MacKenzie Cutler, New York
Editor
Colleen Shea

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