We celebrate our LGBTQ+ team members, family members, and friends not just during Pride Month, but always.

For Pride Month 2021 we created our #PrideInsideAndOut campaign so our Thinkingbox and AntiSocial family could show us exactly what Pride means to them. The campaign spanned the month of June where we captured the festivities via disposable cameras. Make sure to check out the full campaign on AntiSocial and Thinkingbox’s Instagram accounts.

Read on to see highlights from the series and learn what Pride means to the staff that took part.

Three Offices. Three Cameras. One Pride Month.

The disposable camera series aimed to capture all the colors of…

Pictured Above: Jacob Hinmon & Andy Burdin

Los Angeles, CA — Global creative collective Thinkingbox has announced that it has appointed Jacob Hinmon as Creative Director and Andy Burdin as Associate Creative Director, joining its team in Los Angeles.

The announcement further signifies the shop’s ongoing growth and efforts to boost creative capabilities and prioritize strong client partnerships.

Joining the team from Unit9, where he was commercial director for 12 years, Hinmon has worked with clients including Samsung, Nike, Infiniti, Pinterest, and LA Dodgers. …

Pictured: Alyssa Campbell, Kristain Oliveira-Barnes

Vancouver, BC — Global creative collective Thinkingbox has appointed Alyssa Campbell as Executive Producer and Kristain Oliveira-Barnes as Director of Media at sister company AntiSocial Solutions in Toronto and Vancouver respectively. Thinkingbox announced its acquisition of AntiSocial Solutions in May 2020.

Campbell and Oliveira-Barnes will drive growth for AntiSocial Solutions growth on the East Coast.

Joining the team from Leo Burnett Toronto, where she served as Account Supervisor, Campbell has worked with clients including Ontario Travel, to Nike and Starbucks. …

Pictured: Alyssa Belova, Jessie Corney

Toronto, Ontario — Global creative collective Thinkingbox has announced the hire of Jessie Corney as Director of New Business and internal promotion of Alyssa Belova to Associate Director of Production to its Toronto leadership team.

As part of the shop’s ongoing expansion efforts, Corney and Belova have been appointed to bring a new layer of strong leadership to Thinkingbox.

Returning to the company after a three-year hiatus, Corney brings vast client experience, having worked with brands like Genesis, Kia, Hershey’s, and Coca-Cola. She is familiar with Thinkingbox’s clients, capabilities, and team, allowing her to hit the ground running. Most recently…

Pictured: Tim Blount, Scott Hiers

Los Angeles, California — Global creative collective Thinkingbox has announced the hire of Scott Hiers and Tim Blount as Creative Directors, adding to its Los Angeles team. As part of the shop’s ongoing strategy to bring together like-minded and skilled artisans, grow its presence in Los Angeles and continue to add to the company’s award-winning digital capabilities, Hiers and Blount have been appointed to bring a new layer of storytelling to Thinkingbox with their creative and design expertise.

Joining from Stink Studios Los Angeles where he served as Creative Director, Blount brings a plethora of client experience ranging from WeTransfer…

Helen Androlia, Director of Strategy at Thinkingbox

Toronto, Ontario — Creative shop Thinkingbox has announced that it has hired Helen Androlia to lead digital strategy from its Toronto office, marking continued growth for the company across North America.

Androlia most recently worked at Juniper Park\TBWA as Director of Digital Strategy. She previously served as Director, Social Media Strategy at Innocean Worldwide Canada, with earlier stints at Gravity Partners and FCB Canada. In this new role as Strategy Director, she will be responsible for leading digital strategy for Thinkingbox clients including: Adobe, Primer, and Riot Games.

Androlia brings extensive experience handling strategy across a wide range of industry…

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Talk Nerdy To Me is an initiative set up for Thinkingbox clients and other industry professionals to learn from our in house experts and to start thoughtful and informed conversations.

Our Talk Nerdy To Me webinar series continues to educate and enlighten, most recently surrounding the topic of Experiential Marketing and the trends that our team predicts for 2021.

Thinkingbox managing directors Christine Clark and Rania Hattar joined senior creative technologist Hugh Elliott and interactive developer Patrick Daggitt in hosting this webinar.

Read on for a summary of the insightful session.

Defining Experiential Marketing

“If you learned to sail by…

As part of our continued effort to support our team in their personal and professional growth, Thinkingbox has introduced a mentorship program across our offices, accessible for all members of the Thinkingbox family.

The program offers our staff the opportunity to learn from each other and assist in the professional and personal growth of each other. The mentorship program presents an invaluable chance for junior and senior members of staff to connect and will instill a wider supportive community in the Thinkingbox family, one that transcends teams, projects, and offices and focuses more on the company in its entirety.

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The Adobe MAX conference is an annual event that offers a unique opportunity for creatives to learn from industry leaders as well as get hands-on experience with some new and noteworthy Adobe software, all whilst bolstering their creativity.

MAX 2020, The Creativity Conference, featured over 350 sessions by creative luminaries, experts, and special guests on topics ranging from 3D and AR, graphic design, UI and UX design, and video. The free virtual event ran from Oct 20–22, 2020, and included thought-provoking intel on new and emerging Adobe releases. …

TikTok has found its way back into the spotlight, but this time it’s because of its forever rival, Facebook, on their release of a brand new Instagram social feature; Instagram Reels. If you’ve already seen reels start to appear on your feed, or had a brief (or endless) dabble in the continuous scrolling timeline, you probably will have noticed that the feature is quite familiar. Actually, it’s extremely familiar, in that it is a near-exact copycat of the popular platform, TikTok.

If you’re curious about the TikTok tea, how to start reeling yourself, or just want to get savvy at…


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