Through a search of self portraits shot on iPhone by everyday people around the world, Jezz was a part of a core creative team that curated a :60 film to celebrate the diversity of the human family. Maya Angelou's reading of her poignant poem "Human Family" brought the film to life, and the spot premiered on TV during the opening ceremony of the 2016 Summer Olympics.
A few press reactions:
One Show Shortlist for "TV, Long Form Single" category
2017 I&C Disruptor Award at the Inclusive and Creative (I&C) Ad Culture event
Clio, Bronze in Film: commercials category
After going through thousands of hours of iPhone footage captured by everyday users around the world, the best videos were selected and scored with beautiful and quirky soundtracks. They ran as :15 TV spots as a testament to the democratization of the world's most popular camera.
To celebrate Mother's Day through the lens of iPhone, this film featured real photos of mothers around the world.
Celebrating the beauty of Mother Nature with a film voiced by Carl Sagan. Released on Earth Day 2017.
Reading through each photographer's questionnaires, Jezz wrote captions for each Shot on iPhone photo to further bring the images to life in the digital versions of print publications. They were were published in over 20 U.S. titles including Time, Sports Illustrated, The New Yorker and People Magazine. She also oversaw the localization of the captions to over 13 international markets and their respective local publications.
During Jezz's role as an Assistant Account Executive before transitioning into the creative department, she worked on the launch of iPhone 6. During the conception, production and post production phases, she managed meetings, budgets, and client communication to get 4 TV spots on air in the U.S. and over 20 international markets, as well as a 2-page print ad.