Nathan Love Chicks In with Latest Perdue Spot

Nathan Love‘s Anca Risca follows her Perdue debut with another animated spot starring company chairman Jim Perdue and his loveable gang of human and animal sidekicks. Building off the design template she established in the campaign’s inaugural spots, Risca delivers a concise timeline of the Perdue family business – from Arthur Perdue’s first egg outfit in 1920, to Frank Perdue’s iconic commercials of the 70s and 80s, and finally to the health- and safety-conscious company of today.

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Credits:

Client: Perdue
Chief Marketing Officer: John Bartelme
VP of Marketing for Perdue Brand: Gail McWilliam
Spot Title: “Family Heritage”
Airdate:

Agency: The VIA Agency
Chief Creative Officer: Greg Smith
Creative Director / Copywriter: Amos Goss
Associate Creative Director / Art Director: Bobby Pfeiffenberger
Executive Producer: Mary Hanifin
Producer: Jerry Izzo
Creative & Business Affairs Manager (Associate Producer?): Meghan Gildart Nappi
Client Strategist: Dan Bailin

Production Company: Nathan Love
Executive Producer: James Braddock
Head of Production: Derrick Huang
Creative Director: Joe Burrascano
Director: Anca Risca
Character and Environment Design: Anat Even-Or
Character Modeling: qlbeans
Additional Character Modeling: Sari Rodrig, Brett Porter
Character Texturing: Sari Rodrig, Triston Huang
Rigging: Lukas Wadya
Animation Leads: Nam Doan, Dave Han
Animation: Tristan Balos, Dave Lee
Additional Animation: Carlos Sandoval, Fernando Chan, Stieg Retlin
Environment Modeling and Texturing: Sari Rodrig
Lighting and Rendering: Triston Huang, Sari Rodrig
Compositing Lead: Kristjan Zaklynsky
Sound Design: Drew Skinner

About Nathan Love:

Nathan Love is an innovative animation, design, and development studio located in NYC. Driven by a passion to tell great stories and connect with audiences around the globe, Nathan Love develops memorable characters, imaginative worlds, and engaging narratives for television, film, Web, books and video games. Clients and collaborators include Kellogg’s Froot Loops, McGraw-Hill Education, Chips Ahoy, NBC-Universal, and Nickelodeon Studios.