In this spot for Capital One, director duo Dan & Jason gamify the world of financial assistance. Using a mix of live action and 2D animation, the idea is that: in gaming, the pause function can be a literal game-saver. So, why can't it be the same for your finances? Introducing Eno from Capital One—the automated assistant that looks out for charges that might surprise you and helps you fix them. Incorporating a multi-layered approach—with the Twitch interface, medieval mythology, old-school arcade graphics, and deadpan humor—Dan & Jason prove that what's in their wallet is effectively a directorial cheat code.
Directors Dan & Jason
Client Capital One
Production Co Hornet
Executive Producer Greg Bedard
Head of Creative Development Kristin Labriola
Producer Dez Stavracos
Editor Sam Stulin
Production Coordinator Nico Benenati
Storyboard Artist Ty Enos
Character Designer Cam Kendell
Environment Designer Alison Abitbol
Assistant Designer Ty Enos
Lead Animator & Rigger Mark Pecoraro
Animator Ty Enos, Chi Nguyen, Sami Healy
Lead Compositor Peter Fink
Audio Post Production Beatstreet NYC
Record, Sound Design & Mix Matt Longoria
Casting Beatstreet NYC
VO Artist Hero - Paul Guyet
Stock Music provided by SymphoMix / Pond5
Group Creative Director Cassie Worley
Creative Director Joseph Harrold
Art Director Ben Frick
Copywriter Brennan McNally
Executive Producer Kerry Ayers
Producer Nikki Hanger
For the past ten years, award-winning duo Dan & Jason have developed numerous animated campaigns, network TV and web series, and critically acclaimed commercial work. Their extensive portfolio, including multiple comedic spots in both the U.S. and U.K., has garnered them industry-wide recognition, while their humorous sensibility and diverse skill set has landed them jobs for top global brands.
Dan & Jason have set up properties at Twentieth Century Fox, Disney, and Nickelodeon as well as a feature animated film through Paramount Pictures. The well-versed storytellers have developed original content for a wide variety of platforms, including print (Nickelodeon Comics, The New Yorker), theater (Pilobolus), and digital.
It should also be mentioned that they are undeniably charming, piercingly sharp-witted, wonderfully amiable, positively hilarious, neatly dressed and slightly insane.