Author Archives: James Brady Ryan
First published on Nerve.com on November 18, 2011. Read the original here. Promising acting careers can be derailed by many things — sex scandals, drug habits, bad hair — but the most insidious cause is choosing the wrong franchise. What … Continue reading
First published on OneYoungNewsroom.com on September 2, 2011. Read the original here. Representing nearly 200 countries, the delegates of the One Young World Summit are an amazingly diverse group. But if there’s anything they have in common, besides a commitment … Continue reading
First published on Nerve.com on March 16, 2012. Read the original here. Dharun Ravi, the former roommate of Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi, was found guilty today of a majority of the charges against him, including invasion of privacy, bias … Continue reading
First published on TheFasterTimes.com on September 28, 2011. Read the original here. Thanks to Glee, Fox Leads In GLAAD’s TV Inclusiveness Report Fox has taken the title of “most inclusive broadcast network” in GLAAD’s 2011-2012 Where We Are On TV … Continue reading
First published on TheFasterTimes.com in October 6, 2011. Read the original here. Days after the altercation at the Brooklyn Bridge, in which 700 protesters were detained for blocking traffic, the police presence at Zuccotti Park (also known as Liberty Plaza) … Continue reading
For IFC’s Arrested Development campaign on Nerve.com, I produced a week-long “guest-star bracket,” in which we asked readers to vote daily to determine the best of Arrested Development’s many guest stars. See the original here. Is there a show so … Continue reading
This is one of a series of interviews I conducted for DonQ Rum’s “Party Data” campaign on Nerve.com. See the original here. As the makers of Puerto Rico’s premier rum for decades, Don Q knows what it takes to have … Continue reading
Wrote copy for in-house ads promoting Nerve.com’s Twitter feed. See sample below. Click for full-sized image.
For the Hendrick’s Gin campaign on Nerve.com, I wrote copy for “The Hendrick’s Speakeasy” microsite, which featured Victorian re-imaginations of recurring Nerve features. See sample below. Click for full-size image.
For the Stolichnaya Blackberi campaign on Nerve.com, I wrote copy for ten images of sleek home furnishings that matched the sophisticated brand identity of Stoli as part of the “Unbasic Blak” special insert. See sample below. Click for full-size image.