The Sterling-Rice Group is growing its senior leadership team with the addition of three seasoned marketing veterans. Kristin Centanni, Bryant Ison and Preeti Philip have joined SRG as Managing Directors bringing deep marketing experience from client, consulting and agency organizations.

“Increasing competitive intensity and disruptive trends inspire us to re-imagine our future to meet our clients’ evolving needs as their businesses and ecosystems are being fundamentally reshaped.” explained Cindy Judge, CEO of SRG. “Adding experienced executives with specific industry disciplines to our teams, as well as first-hand experience in building products and solutions in an accelerated time frame, benefits our clients and delivers against our vision of how  we will work and succeed in the future.”

Kristin Centanni, joined SRG following over 10 years working in consulting with PwC leading its Public Sector State and Local Government consulting practice. She built an expertise in leading public sector organization transformation and … Read more

Brian Edward Miller is at it again — applying his skill on behalf of Land Rover toward a collection of materials promoting the Discovery family of vehicles. 

“Adventure Illustration” has been a thread woven deep into the fabric of the illustration work I do through Orlin Culture Shop. It is what I grew up loving and what I enjoy creating most in my work. As an illustrator, I’ve had the unique opportunity to bring this theme to a range of different clients, from books to billboards and more.
One of the latest opportunities I had was to bring that theme of adventure illustration into a collection of illustrations for Land Rover through Spark 44. The idea was to create a series of ‘family adventure’ illustrations, each showcasing the Discovery in a unique environment to create a modern take on classic adventure novel covers from the past. This ‘modern classic’ adventure
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Production company Hayden5 recently teamed up with Phenomenal, a female-driven media brand and creative agency dedicated to underrepresented communities, to create and finance “Own Your Crown” — a PSA celebrating National CROWN Day on July 3rd. Conceived as part of a larger initiative by Phenomenal to extend the national day into CROWN Month through the month of July, the PSA is a poetic tribute to the legacy, rituals and strength of Black women and their hair.

The CROWN Coalition, an alliance of organizations, including founding members Dove, National Urban League, Color Of Change, and Western Center on Law and Poverty, declared July 3rd as National CROWN Day last year to mark the one-year anniversary of the CROWN Act (“Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair”), which ensures protection against race-based hairstyle discrimination in the workplace and public schools.

Directed by JJ Anderson, “Own Your Crown” portrays Black hair … Read more

The Colorado Wildlife Council has partnered with local artist AJ Davis to educate Coloradans on the benefits of wildlife management and conservation. Through the interactive augmented reality mural, the Council hopes to engage viewers with Colorado wildlife information and facts. The mural is located at 1114 Acoma Street in Denver.

The mural features two animals, the elk and cutthroat trout. Colorado is home to three subspecies of native cutthroat: the Rio Grande, the Colorado River and the renowned Greenback — which was designated Colorado’s state fish in 1996. Elk are a significant part of the Colorado landscape, where we boast the largest elk population in the world thanks to successful conservation, monitoring and research.


To view the AR mural, use the camera on your phone to scan the below QR code to activate the experience. When activated, you can watch the animals come to life on your phone or … Read more

We’ve all seen it happen: not enough time outdoors can turn kids into monsters. Futuristic Films teamed up with Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) and Sukle Advertising to create a spot inspired by the transformative power of nature. Using classic horror filmmaking techniques, Futuristic director Elizabeth Orne invokes tension and mystery through a nuanced introduction to the monster — setting the stage for an endearing ending. In addition to TV, social, digital, and outdoor, the campaign also features a great list of 20-minute activities that kids can enjoy all year long. Learn more at

Director: Elizabeth Orne 
DP: Brian Lannin
EPs: Sarah Liles, Christian Silberbauer
1st AC: Tod Boyle
Art Director: Susan Petersen
Prop Master: Scott Reid
Gaffer: Jesse Jaco
Key Grip: Mitch Stelling
Costume Designer: Jim Ojala
Wardrobe Stylist: Bonnie Stauch
Senior Producer: Michon Schmidt
Account Manager: Leigh Ann Bauer
Senior Copywriter: Jeff Schuller
Senior Art Director: … Read more