Travelers Insurance New Floating Umbrella Commercial (Drifters)

Travelers Insurance New Floating Umbrella Commercial (Drifters)

Travelers Insurance

New commercial for Travelers Insurance, a company that offers a wide range of insurance services including auto insurance, homeowners, businesses, organizations and even individuals, located in the United States and in selected international markets, today serving the insurance needs over 90 countries around the world.

After Rupert Sanders’ Emmy nominated “Delivery”, Daniel Kleinman’s dog bone commercial “Prized Possession” and “No Worries” and “Cheesecake” adverts comes “Drifters” directed by Frank Budgen.

This new advert  featuring the music of Langhorne Slim, “Worries”, shows red umbrellas drifting through the countryside and cityscapes before coming together to protect the things that people care about most.


Released: October 2009
Client: Travelers Insurance
Advertising agency: Fallon
Creative Directors: Scott O’Leary, Ryan Peck
Art Director: Scott O’Leary
Copywriter: Ryan Peck
Director of Integrated Production: Vic Palumbo
Executive Producer: Kate Talbott
Production Company: Gorgeous Enterprises
Director: Frank Budgen
Director of Photography: Ellen Kuras, Frank Budgen
Executive Producer: Cassie Hulen
Producer: Alicia Richards
Production Manager: Judy Vermeulen
Editorial Company: Rock Paper Scissors
Editor: Angus Wall
Executive Producer: Linda Carlson, Carol Lynn Weaver
Producer: Kim Colen
Editorial Assistant: Grant Surmi
Visual Effects Company: a52
VFX Supervisor: Patrick Murphy
Colorist: Angus Wall
Flame Artists: Patrick Murphy, Stefan Gaillot, Mike Bliss, Andy Hall
CGI Supervisor: Kirk Shintani
CGI Artists: Andy Hall, Paulo de Almada, Joe Chiechi, Adam Newman, Ian Ruhfass, Terry Shigemitsu
VFX Producer: Jenny Bright
Executive Producer: Jennifer Sofio Hall
Mix Company: Eleven Sound
Mix Engineer: Jeff Fuller
Music Track: “Worries” Langhorne Slim

There is 1 comment for this article
  1. Heather at 12:49 AM

    I’m using this “Drifter’s” commercial to write an English paper. Why is the video now “private”? I need to see it again in order to properly quote and cite my paper. I tried to login to You Tube and Google but still “private!” Can you please fix?


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