Creative agency Camp + King has hired advertising vet Stacy McClain as its new Director of Content Production, Chief Creative Officer Roger Camp announced today.

McClain has produced award-winning work for just about every kind of agency. She got her start at Young & Rubicam, and went on to produce some of the first Got Milk? and Foster Farms Chicken campaigns at Goodby Silverstein & Partners. Later, she joined Black Rocket as Director of Broadcast, where she produced the first Yahoo spots. As a freelancer, she’s done commercials for the likes of MINI, AT&T, Visa and Priceline.

McClain deepened her expertise with a stint as Executive Producer at a video effects house. She has shot on a glacier, blown up cars, worked with 15 different kinds of animals and tolerated celebrities, all in the name of art serving commerce.

“After 15 years of freelancing and turning down multiple full-time offers, I’m thrilled that Stacy chose to be a part of Camp + King,” says Camp, who is also co-founder of the shop. “She’s got everything we need to continue to grow: She’s a wildly smart, passionate, problem solver who has proven to be unshakable. In a word, she’s nails.”

About Camp + King
Camp + King is a Havas-aligned creative agency launched by Roger Camp and Jamie King in February 2011. Based in San Francisco, the agency is dedicated to making brands more conversation-worthy by creating Conversationswell™, the surge of positive conversation, support or approval for a brand that leads to great virtual and real world word-of-mouth. Camp + King boasts an impressive client list that includes Capital One, Hershey’s and Google. For more details, visit