David Kellogg

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David Kellogg
Born1952 (age 69–70)
United States
💼 Occupation

David Kellogg (born 1952) is an American film, commercial, and music video director.[1] He has previously created video content for Playboy in the 1980s and 1990s.

Kellogg has created television commercials for companies as Pepsi, Nike, Apple, American Express, Sprite, Mountain Dew, Coke, Budweiser, Heineken, AT&T, IBM, United Airlines, Volkswagen, Jeep, Mercedes-Benz, and Nintendo. He was previously part of Anonymous Content, a multimedia development and production company in Los Angeles, California.


  • Inspector Gadget
  • Cool as Ice
  • Playbody: Farmer's Daughters
  • Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 1988
  • Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 1989
  • Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 1990
  • Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 1991
  • Playboy Video Centerfold: Playmate of the Year India Allen
  • Playboy: Wet & Wild
  • Heavy D & The Boyz: We Got Our Own Thang
  • Michael Jackson Dangerous: The Short Films
  • Exposé: Video Exposure
  • Blueman Group: Bluephoria
  • The Lionel Richie Collection

Music videos (partial)[edit]

  • "Jam" by Michael Jackson
  • "Sing Along" by Blue Man Group with Dave Matthews
  • "Please Forgive Me" by David Gray
  • "Love Oh Love" by Lionel Richie
  • "Keep It Comin' (Dance Till You Can't Dance No More)" by C+C Music Factory
  • "Lies" by En Vogue
  • "When Women Are Lonely" by Peter Wolf
  • "We Got Our Own Thang" by Heavy D
  • "I'll Be Good to You" by Quincy Jones featuring Ray Charles and Chaka Khan
  • "Secret Garden" by Quincy Jones featuring Barry White, James Ingram, El DeBarge and Al B. Sure!
  • "Innocent Days" by Giant
  • "3 O'Clock Jump" by Herb Alpert
  • "With Every Beat of My Heart" by Taylor Dayne
  • "Drive My Car" by David Crosby
  • "Bodyguard" by Bee Gees
  • "Some People" by E.G. Daily
  • "Keep It Comin' (Dance Till You Can't Dance No More)" C+C Music Factory
  • "I Don't Go For That" by Quincy Jones featuring Siedah Garrett
  • "Iko Iko" by The Belle Stars
  • "Wonderful World" by Native
  • "I Don't Even Mind" by Scott Grimes
  • "Tell Me What You Want" by Tevin Campbell
  • "Moonlight on Water" by Laura Branigan
  • "Missunderstanding" by Al B. Sure!
  • "Sayin' Sorry Don't Make It Right" and "Don't You Wanna Be Mine" by Denise Lopez

Television commercials (partial)[edit]

  • Titleist "Painting", "Statue", "Presentation", "NXT-ivore" (starring: John Cleese)
  • Heineken "Die Another Day" (starring: John Cleese)
  • American Express "Gas Station", "Superman", "London", "Supermarket", "Rags to Riches", "Baby Sitter", "Stamp", "Hardware Store", "Bike", "Alaska" (starring: Jerry Seinfeld)
  • American Express "Dance" (starring: Ellen DeGeneres)
  • Lynx "Dream Date" (starring: Jennifer Aniston)
  • Capital One "No", "Yellow Shirt", "Test", "Undercover" (starring: David Spade)
  • Ford "Wedding" (starring: Kevin Hart)
  • Right Guard "Blind Date" (starring: Dave Chappelle)
  • Icebreakers (starring: Hilary Duff and Haylie Duff
  • Alka-Seltzer (starring: Kathy Griffin)
  • Frito-Lay's Rold Gold "Reunion", "News 1", "News 2", "News 3", "Hockey" (starring: Jason Alexander)
  • Campbell's (starring: John Lithgow)
  • Bud Lite "Spa", "Designated Driver", "Deserted Island", "Pool", "Ants" (starring: Cedric the Entertainer)
  • Pepsi "Machine" (starring: Shakira)
  • Pepsi "Puerto Rico" (starring: Ricky Martin)
  • Pepsi "Mime" (starring: Robbie Williams)
  • Pepsi "Stunt Racer" (starting: Jeff Gordon)
  • Gatorade "Can Jimmy Play?" (Episodes 1 + 2) (starring: Yao Ming, Peyton Manning, Derek Jeter, Lisa Leslie, Jason Kidd and Vince Carter)
  • Intel "Tubes", "Paint", "Keys", "Bulbs", "Treadmill", "Rocket" (starring: Blue Man Group)
  • Kinney Shoes "Fashion is Where You Find It" (starring: Udo Kier)
  • Ambev Antarctica (starring: Whoopi Goldberg)
  • Gilette "Fusion" (starring: John Cena)
  • Ford "Magic" (starring: Penn & Teller)
  • U.S. Cellular (starring: Joan Cusack)
  • 7 Up "Make 7 Up Yours", "Shelves", "Freeway", "Puppy", "Race Car" (starring: Orlando Jones)
  • Ritz Crackers "The McSweeney Sisters" (starring: George Hamilton[disambiguation needed])
  • Verizon "Blades of Glory" (starring Paul Rodriguez[disambiguation needed])
  • HBO "Tea Time" (starring Lennox Lewis)
  • National Lottery "Chair Lift", "News Agent", "Weekly Shop", "Parachutist", "Pole Vaulter", "Night Club" (starring Fay Ripley and Graham Norton)
  • Budweiser "Word Association" & "Relationship Counselor"
  • Jeep "Swampland"
  • Fiat "Doblò", "Jamaica"
  • Dodge "Beef Jerky"
  • Perfetti Van Melle Happydent "Worrawonga"
  • Subway "Training Day", "Straw"
  • Bud Light "Ultimate Lure", "Chow Down", "Stranded", "Pencil Pusher"
  • Amstel Brewery "Jessica"
  • Hungryman "Lockers"
  • State Farm "Ficus"
  • Dairy Management Inc. "Election"
  • Stainmaster "The Con", "Bee"
  • Little Caesars "Training Camp"
  • Eastman Kodak "Pie Plate", "Saturday", "Gremlin"
  • American Express "Grand Canyon", "Paris"
  • OfficeMax "Rubberband Man", "Sick Day"
  • Sierra Mist "Bronze Man"
  • Mountain Dew "007" & "Posers"
  • Budweiser "Skunked", "Relationship Counselor", "Word Association"
  • Mercedes-Benz "Big Show"
  • United Airlines "Glamorous Life"
  • Gifts.com "Coffee Lovers"
  • Volkswagen "Passenger" (starring: Adria Dawn, Clark Saturn)
  • Grundig "Explosion/Performing Arts"
  • Fosters Lager "Abstract Art"
  • Fujifilm "Sounds Better"
  • Toyota "Where You Off To?"
  • Dr Pepper "Anthem"
  • Coca-Cola "Pippen vs. Barkley"
  • XO Communications "Press Conference"
  • Holiday Inn Express "Meltdown", "Ebola"
  • Miracle Whip "Prison"
  • Cingular "Jeopardy"
  • Chevrolet "Optima Toll Booth"
  • Maryland Lottery "Line Up"
  • Mega Millions "Rapid Eye Movement"
  • Intel "Bulbs", "Paint", "Keys"
  • Toronto International Film Festival "Sidewalk"
  • Chevron "Pit Stop"
  • Mug Root Beer "None of This"
  • Amstel "Low Rise Jeans"
  • Lipton "Bo Jackson"
  • Pepsi "Screenplay"
  • Barclaycard "Hammer"
  • Hertz "Spy"
  • Carlsberg Group "Down with the President"
  • Circuit City "TV House"
  • Ameritech "Nobody Stops"
  • XO Communications "Press Conference", "Tommy", "Phone Center"
  • BT Broadband "Bobsled", "Pool"

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 2004 Emmy Award nomination for Office Max "Rubberband Man"
  • 2004 Music Video Production Association (MVPA) award nominee for Best Adult Contemporary Video
  • 2001 Music Video Production Association (MVPA) award nominee for Best Adult Contemporary Video
  • 1997 Directors Guild of America award nominee for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials
  • 1995 Emmy Award for HBO "Tea Time"
  • 1988 MTV Award nominee for Best Video from a Film Rain Man
  • Various Clio Awards, D&AD Awards, AICP Awards, BTAA Awards


  1. "David Kellogg". The New York Times. Archived from the original on 2016-03-05. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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