We’re an award-winning creative partnership specializing in branding and identity, advertising, online comedy, viral videos, design, and tons of other fun stuff. Have a look:


We created this book trailer to support Johanna’s new book, How Not To Calm A Child On A Plane.

In its first week it received over 2 million views on YouTube, was the #1 trending post on Buzzfeed, and was featured on CNN, The Today Show, Fast Company, The Huffington Post, as well as many news programs in the US, Canada, Australia, China, and the UK.

Momhead also won a Silver Pencil at The One Show.


This is a 24-episode web series for Proctor & Gamble that we created, wrote, art directed, and produced. It appeared on Yahoo!, and received millions of views. And that brown-haired woman with glasses? That’s Johanna.


When Alanis Morissette hosted the Juno Awards in Canada, we joined her and came up with gags, interstitial sketches, and other sorts of funny. Here are a few highlights.


We created this spot for an NPR station in Dallas. It ran on their sister PBS station. Just doing our part in putting those pledge drive dollars to work.


We created this online video for Declare Yourself, a youth-oriented get-out-and-vote organization founded by Norman Lear. And yes, that is Eric Stonestreet from Modern Family as the truth-speaking squirrel.


This was another project on which we collaborated with
Alanis Morissette. It’s a PSA for Music Canada, which is the main recording artists association in Canada. Because apparently, even polite Canadians steal music.


We wrote, directed, produced and edited this PG-rated short about XXX films. It played at film festivals across the country, and Will Ferrell picked it as one of his favorites on FunnyOrDie. It’s not as porn-y as it sounds (but if you’re at work you might wanna turn down the volume and shut your office door… ya know, NSFW and all that).

“Normally bad porn movie ideas feel really tired but this is so well acted and shot that it works.”
– Will Ferrell, “Will’s Picks” on Funny or Die


We were invited to write scripts for a month-long online video campaign to raise awareness for the plight of Burma and Aung San Suu Kyi. We also brought in other writers to help fill out the daunting need for scripts.

This one stars Sarah Silverman as a Fake Doctor (a “Foctor”).