Content creation/production studio BODEGA, with bases of operation in NY and San Francisco, has signed director Lindsay Daniels for U.S. commercial representation. She has helmed spots for such brands as Amazon, Pinterest, Nordstrom and Garnier. Upcoming work out of Bodega includes a Famous Footwear spot out of The Richards Group.
Daniels’ experience spans the branding, agency and motion design side of the creative industry. She began her career as a creative at Digital Kitchen. There, she organically followed her design and concepting expertise into motion work, designing the main titles to Dexter, The Path to 9/11 and several other commercial campaigns. Daniels won a primetime Emmy for Outstanding Main Title Design for her work on Dexter. She earlier was nominated for the same Emmy on the basis of the title design for The Path to 9/11.
At Publicis in Seattle, she served as a creative director for the T-Mobile and Chevrolet accounts, leading both brands through multiple print, broadcast and digital campaigns. With her robust background crafting creative concepts for campaigns across multiple mediums, Daniels saw the unique emotive quality of motion early on in her career. She brings a collaborative approach to distilling messaging and elevating ideas through a focus on concepts, narratives and characters.
Her work has been recognized by such industry organizations as Communication Arts Design Annual, The National Addys, The Art Directors Club and The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Bodega EP/partner Clint Goldman said, “We feel fortunate to have Lindsay join our roster as her design and creative skills truly complement where we’re heading. She’s already wrapped her first job for us at The Richards Group and was just a dream project from beginning to end for us, our agency and client.”
Daniels added, “I have always been fascinated with the fusion of metaphorical storytelling and leveraging design, time and music to connect with people emotionally. The directors on the BODEGA roster are all amazing talents and I am inspired by the work that they have in their portfolio and look forward to expanding that slate of work.”