Christmas Special

Agency: Camp + King


“Christmas Special” leverages stop motion animation to bring the Spokeslistener, Snowman and woodland creatures to life in Claymation (think classic Christmas movie Rudolph Saves Christmas). Unlike live action commercial shoots that usually wrap in a day or two, capturing stop motion animation can take weeks or months of filming to complete, as it involves manipulating three-dimensional objects in minute increments, at 24 frames per second. To highlight what it took to produce this unique spot, we put together a “Behind the Scenes” video that includes commentary from agencies, HouseSpecial and Camp+King, and DISH’s CMO Jay Roth. Check it out here.

This professional campaign titled 'Christmas Special' was published in United States in November, 2017. It was created for the brand: DISH, by ad agency: Camp + King. This Film medium campaign is related to the Electronics, Technology industry and contains 1 media asset. It was submitted over 6 years ago.


Advertising Agency: Camp + King, San Francisco, USA
Chief Creative Officer / Partner: Roger Camp
Chief Executive Officer / Partner: Jamie King
Associate Creative Directors: Chris Nash , Michael Ng
Director of Content Production: Stacy McClain
Senior Producer: Nicole Van Dawark
Brand Director: Dana Rabb
Brand Supervisor: Heather Lord
Brand Manager: Sasha Rezaie
Brand Strategist: Pete Scanlon
Animation: House Special
Director: Aaron Sorenson
Creative Director: Kirk Kelley
Executive Producer: Lourri Hammack
Producer: Julie Ragland
Art Director: Gee Staughton
DoP: John Nolan
Editor: Cam Williams
Flame Artist: Rex Carter
Motion Graphics: Tom Yaniv
Music: Squeak E. Clean
Creative Director: Rob Barbato
Executive Producer: Amy Crilly
Mix: One Union Recording Studios / San Francisco
Engineers: Matt Wood , Matt Zipkin
Executive Producer: Lauren Mask


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