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Greetings, My name is Dave Migicovsky. I’m a 31 year old Canadian living in London. I am a writer, musician, and insane fan of my Toronto Blue Jays, Maple Leafs, and Raptors. My very first creative effort was a short story written in fifth grade about a genie living in a cereal box. By my current standards it might be a bit convoluted and riddled with plot holes, but not bad for an 11 year old. I began my professional career in film. As a writer and crew member, I worked on various projects between Vancouver, Los Angeles, and Toronto. Since 2010, I have earned 9 awards for my writing. In 2013, I became interested in advertising, recognizing the similarities of creating an emotional connection through story. As I began to study advertising, I could see how storytelling was the driving force of any campaign, regardless of the medium. I've enjoyed the challenge of using multiple platforms and mediums to engage consumers emotionally. I love the concept of using creativity to problem solve. Currently, I am a junior writer looking to grow my experience, and contribute to a great creative team.
Z Creative Group is a small agency based in Toronto. I was hired to help with the holiday social media. This included blogging, writing product call outs, and tweeting.
Spinmaster is a Toronto based toy company. I worked closely with the senior copywriter to produce online content for a wide variety of products for different ages and genders. I had the opportunity to write scripts for promotional videos as well as participate in the rebranding of products.
Writing for Film, Television & Interactive media
B.A. in Film Theory
Won for my script of the television show, "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," in the category of spec script.
Won for my work on season 1 of the web series, "Clutch."
Won for my script of the television show, "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," in the category of spec script
Won for my script, "The Losing End," in the category of original teleplay.
Won for writing the short film, "A Life Fulfilled."