Grady Campbell approaches the topic of divorce with creativity, candor and sensitivity in its ad campaign for Berger Schatz, which was recently recognized by AtEdge in its Campaign Spotlight. The campaign features portraits by photographer Sandro Miller. The content: honest expressions and intimate impressions of divorce — and why people choose “the experience, expertise and discretion” of Berger Schatz to resolve their most challenging family and matrimonial issues. “We take great pride in being recognized by AtEdge,” says Kerry Grady. “This campaign makes an impact with sensitivity and intelligence."
Since its founding in 1987 Berger Schatz has built a reputation for successfully representing clients in cases involving high net worth, complex business or personal assets, and difficult legal questions. The firm has grown to become one of the premiere matrimonial law firms in the nation, with a team of 39 attorneys in Chicago and in Lake Forest, representing clients throughout Illinois.
AtEdge is recognized by art buyers and creative professionals as innovative, reliable and unique. Since 2003, AtEdge has always made the image the hero.
Financial companies trust Grady Campbell’s experience and industry savvy with their most precious commodity— their brands. Matrix Capital Advisors knows the value of that trust.
Matrix Capital Advisors is a Chicago-based independent wealth management firm that works as a “personal CFO” for high net-worth individuals from across the United States, offering them expert financial management and products to accomplish their goals. As the Matrix motto promises, “an uncompromising dedication to your best interests.” Matrix called on Grady Campbell to refresh their brand identity and create a new website that would carry their company into the future, help grow their business, and connect them with their clients in new, more compelling ways.
Curious future doctors, scientists and scholars rely on The Driskill Foundation to help focus their future. Driskill relies on Grady Campbell.
The Driskill Foundation is a Chicago-based private, nonprofit organization that's on a mission to make a significant impact on technical and scientific achievement, and progressive learning programs. Superbly qualified candidates become “Driskill Scholars” in prestigious training grounds like Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
Grady Campbell is helping The Driskill Foundation focus and transform its brand (strategically, technically and creatively) from the ground up. The result is a new brand strategy, visual identity, voice, website, social platform, programs and video.
“Our new brand means a stronger future for Driskill, and for everyone we support,” says Driskill President and CEO, June Barnard. "Our new brand strategy, mission and vision are the pathways to an exciting future."
For more than 30 years, Seattle-based CORTEX Medical Management Systems has been providing the healthcare community with innovative software and first-class services to help manage their critical record keeping. Cortex is solving problems before they can surface, with streamlined workflow, faster turnarounds, and better overall efficiency.
Grady Campbell recently revived the CORTEX brand with a new visual identity, marketing strategy, advertising and website. To learn more, visit cortexmed.com.
What does a great investment idea sound like? Well… cha-ching!
Origami Capital Partners believes that the most innovative investment ideas can come from anywhere (and they just paid $130,000 in cash to prove it.) Hundreds of today's best and brightest Ivy League and financial market minds competed in the second annual Origami Idea Challenge. This year's grand prize winner earned a Northwestern MBA, law degree, and an extra $50,000 on graduation day from Origami to sweeten the pot.
Origami and Grady Campbell have a 10-year working relationship. Check out their new website.
The Chicago Chapter of the prestigious American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), will debut 100 posters to celebrate its centennial year. Kerry Grady, Grady Campbell's Founding Principal, was selected by the AIGA, to submit an original poster design that answers the question: “What does design in Chicago mean to you?” Kerry, an AIGA member since 1983, is “honored to participate.” The posters will be showcased and auctioned at the Chicago AIGA Annual Gala, June 12. Auction proceeds will be invested in the AIGA Design Scholarship Fund.