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JJ Adler

The Boys
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The Boys

- Manscaped

Walrus Goalie
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Walrus Goalie

- GEICO

Co-Pilot
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Co-Pilot

- Lays

Armsketball
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Armsketball

- GEICO

There's Levels To Play
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There's Levels To Play

- Logitec G CLOUD Handheld

Motaur's New Shoes
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Motaur's New Shoes

- Progressive

Time Machine
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Time Machine

- Valspar

Weightlifter Wins Track Race
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Weightlifter Wins Track Race

- GEICO

GAIN-iac with Craig Robinson
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GAIN-iac with Craig Robinson

- Gain

The Boys

The Boys

Walrus Goalie

Walrus Goalie

Co-Pilot

Co-Pilot

Armsketball

Armsketball

There's Levels To Play

There's Levels To Play

Motaur's New Shoes

Motaur's New Shoes

Time Machine

Time Machine

Weightlifter Wins Track Race

Weightlifter Wins Track Race

GAIN-iac with Craig Robinson

GAIN-iac with Craig Robinson

JJ Adler

JJ ADLER

JJ is an award winning director and writer who's helped create comedy spots for so many companies including GEICO, P&G, SC Johnson, Virgin Mobile, Nestle, Coke, Verizon, McDonalds, etc., and with The Martin Agency, McCann, R/GA, Mother, Droga5, Ogilvy & Mather, Grey, DDB, VMLY&R, PKT, JWT, BBDO, and lots more. 

She was a founding creative and Head Director at The Onion’s Peabody award winning webseries and IFC TV show, The Onion News Network. Her award winning short comedy NEW MEDIA premiered at Sundance and her short doc Unattached won a Student Academy Award. In 2018 she released a short film, Places, Thank You Places written by and starring Gary Richardson (SNL). She also directed sketches all across Netflix’s critically acclaimed, Kenya Barris produced Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show as well as episodes of Adam Ruins Everything.

In the thick of Covid times, Adler co-founded her own full service US commercial production company, Ruckus Films

Currently she's either directing more commercials, working on a feature, or talking to her dog in an embarrassing voice. She holds an M.F.A. in film directing from Columbia University.