Front line participants in the creative revolution.
When Nolan, Duffy & White opened shop in a small Georgetown office in 1964, more than an advertising agency was formed: A culture was born. And a course for the future was set.
1964 - 1971
Nolan, Duffy & White
Beatlemania. The Vietnam War. The Moon Race. The Civil Rights Act. Without question the events of 1964 thrust America squarely in the eye of a cultural, technological and political hurricane.
1971 - 1975
Building the Team
Nolan & White
By the early '70s the agency had grown significantly, both in terms of billing and in staff. With the departure of Bill Duffy, the agency officially became Nolan & White.
1975 - 2002
The Amtrak Years
E. James White Communications
The Vietnam War ended. New York teetered on bankruptcy. Watergate was national news. But the buzz in D.C. advertising circles centered around the new E. James White Communications.
2002 - 2004
Virginia is for Lovers
White · Baldacci
With Y2K averted, E. James White moves confidently into the 21st Century. In 2002 Steve Baldacci joins the team and the agency once again evolves the brand.
2004 - 2014
White & Partners
Google Analytics brought real-time transparency into campaign metrics that would forever impact the way advertising is evaluated. And so as the agency brand evolved once more.
2014 - 2015
Digital platforms replace traditional channels. Media consumption habits change forever. The future of our business will be shaped by those native to the digital space.
We Create Believers
Modern consumers are smart. With online reviews and autonomous research, you can't slip anything past this internet-savvy audience. We can't just ask consumers to buy. We must give them a reason to believe.