NEW YORK CITY — With the recent acquisition of Juniper Jones (https://juniperjones.tv), LVLY Inc. (www.lvly.tv) has expanded its capabilities to become a strategic creative partner for advertising agencies and global brands. Moving forward with Juniper Jones as a key division, LVLY will leverage the combined depth of their creative talent, problem solving approach and technology-forward workflows to empower clients.
Photo (L-R): Rubinstein and Robinson
LVLY is a collection of creatives who specialize in ideation, visual identity, motion design, 3D animation, VFX, live action, social/digital, editorial and sound. The company, which has locations in New York and Los Angeles, as well as remote capabilites, is home to five divisions: LVLY Studio, LVLY Editorial, LVLYHood, Decibel, and now Juniper Jones, which is based in Brooklyn.
“We can deliver the full range of communication services that brands need today and serve as a long-term creative partner helping them adapt to the communication landscape of the future,” explains LVLY CEO Ethel Rubinstein. “The demand for digital content continues to accelerate and evolve. With virtual engagement between companies and their customers more important than ever, our clients are looking for agile partners who can support them throughout the entire content creation lifecycle, from brand strategy to design to content creation.”
Kevin Robinson is the founder of Juniper Jones and will now serve as executive creative director at LVLY.
“Our clients value true collaboration with skilled artists in every creative capability,” says Robinson. “They want to work with people who invest the time to know and love their brands as much as they do. They trust us to tailor solutions that grow their brands through storytelling. By merging the content creation and production know-how from LVLY Studio with Juniper Jones, we super-charge those capabilities with big-picture creative strategy, making our interface with client teams more seamless and growing our capability to craft innovative solutions. We’re built to shorten the distance between a strategy and its execution.”