Monthly Archives: November 2017

ANNOUNCING: Terry Jones, New ADV Faculty

We are thrilled (THRILLED) to announce Terry Jones as our newest ADV full-time faculty member.

You may already know and love Terry as a part-time instructor for The Agency, TV Commercial Production, and other classes. We are looking forward to everything he will bring the department in his new role. Please join us in welcoming him to the team!


About Terry:

A modern day “Mad Man”, Terry is an award-winning Creative Director, Creative Conceptualist and Writer with schooling from the prestigious Academy of Art University in San Francisco, and as Vice President/Creative Director at Carol H. Williams Advertising in the Greater Bay Area, he has been either the mind or hand behind several award winning and business moving ads and campaigns here for over a decade.


He has created this body of work for such high profile clients as the General Motors Corporation which included Chevy, GMC Trucks, Buick and Cadillac, Coors Light Beer, Nissan Motors, Cingular Wireless, Bank Of America, P&G, Pacific Bell, Well Fargo Bank, Hewlett Packard, The Walt Disney Corporation, California Lottery, The Coca-Cola Company, Washington Mutual Bank, Crown Royal as well as several brands for General Mills including Cheerios, Warm Delights, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Hamburger Helper, Nature Valley and Pop Secret popcorn.

You don’t have to go it alone…

Stop by Wojo’s office in Room 330 at 410 Bush to receive direction you may need for competition entries. Are the food incentives working yet?

Collab with AAU Photographers – Friday, November 10

Network and collaborate with other students to make your great ideas a reality. Come by the studio at 625 Sutter St. Room 130 on the 10th from 1-3pm. For more information, check out the event website or visit their page on Facebook. See you there!

New Openings: Firewood Marketing

Firewood Marketing is on the rise, and they need more awesome creatives. Follow the link to check out what positions are open in San Francisco.

For details, talk to Jess Kaihoi.