We believe creativity can solve anything.
No really, anything! To do so, we focus on two things: ability & attitude. Yes, we're indefatigably (word of the day) committed to finding the most clever, honest and responsible solution in every creative challenge thrown our way—but we're also going to have fun while solving it together.
A hybrid between ad agency and video production company
SQUiERS® not only provides creative direction and brand strategy, but also prides itself as a full-service video production house. This one-two punch is a secret weapon for some of the most intriguing brands today: Angry Orchard, Behringer, Microsoft, Ori Living, Sam Adams, Truly, Twisted Tea, X2 All Natural Energy and Dweezil Zappa. Our successful documentary series for Samuel Adams’ signature philanthropic program, Brewing the American Dream, is now in Season 2. And as a Microsoft preferred vendor, SQUiERS has produced docs for Xbox and content for its brand partnerships with the Arizona Diamondbacks, New Orleans Saints, Virgin Atlantic London, Chicago House of Blues, W Hotels and Walter Payton Foundation. 
Music to your ears
SQUiERS also has a strong affinity for music-related projects, from original scores, to pairing popular brands with popular bands (Dropkick Murphys, Dierks Bentley, Little Big Town, The Who, X Ambassadors), capturing live performances (Taylor Hawkins, Mark Kozelek, Mastodon, Kanye West, Dweezil Zappa), producing a documentary about the influence of AC/DC, and even contributing to London's Classic Rock Magazine, including a cover story on David Lee Roth.
Directed by
Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, SQUiERS was established in 2007 by Producer, Director, and Creative Director, Kurt Squiers. A 25-year+ ad agency veteran, Kurt has served on the Advertising Hall of Fame Council of Judges in New York City with the American Advertising Federation, successfully nominating ad legend George Lois in 2018 with fellow Hall of Famer, Lee Clow. Since its inception, SQUiERS has religiously joined forces with kindred spirit, and Portland-based production company, Current Motion. 
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