Jacob Shipley is a copywriter at 180 in Los Angeles, where he’s made campaigns for Cox, PrizePicks, and Orgain, and before that made student campaigns for Voodoo Doughnut, Burger King, Men’s Wearhouse, and AriZona Tea at the University of Texas, where he also made dumb promo videos for the portfolio school, but now he doesn’t go to school so he spends his free time trolling LinkedIn, writing one-liner movie reviews, recording fake radio shows, and reminiscing about making stop motion Geico ads when he was 14, and if that’s not enough information for you to steal his identity and gain access to his numerous personal banking accounts, all of which are growing at unbelievable rates that you can’t even imagine, you can read his resume or send suspicious emails to jacobshipley9000@gmail.com.
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Visiting Hours 


We partnered with Cox Communications and Fairfax County Detention Center to reimagine prison visitation, ensuring inmates could speak to loved ones every single day, for free.




Made at 180LA

Art Director - Christy Snyder
GCD - Jason Rappaport
ECD - Mike Bokman

Directed by Eliot Rausch








Meet the Neighbors


Most of us know sitcom families better than the ones next door. So we took the families next door and put them on TV, introducing them to their neighborhood with bespoke ‘80s sitcom intros.



The Intros

Each sitcom intro is based on real details about the families’ lives, including their hobbies, their jobs, and their personalities. We felt only a little bit guilty asking a real firefighter to rescue a fake cat from a tree.








Made at 180LA

Art Director - Christy Snyder
ACDs - Juan Arboleda & Guiga Cunha
GCD - Jason Rappaport
ECD - Mike Bokman

Directed by Matt Kazman
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