Our Why

For the brave souls running companies, causes, and campaigns that dare to rethink cultural establishments, Moon March exists to ensure your story earns the participation it deserves.

The market is changing, but advertising agencies are clinging to the past. Their models are built to sell more, generate demand, and feed on consumerism.

However, when 91% of Millennials would switch brands to one associated with a cause and 73% of global Millennials are willing to pay extra for sustainable offerings, those old models don’t work.

In the face of this shifting market, the old regime attempts to co-opt historic social causes for their brand or gloss over their mediocre product with a heavy CSR push. Or, they attempt to bifurcate product from purpose by coming out swinging with the mission, only to realize they forgot about the product. So, they mistakenly scrap the mission and come out swinging with the product only. And on and on.

You need new thinking for a new generation of brands.

Our Operating Model

Why should you pay for a bored bullpen of jr. creatives? And why are so many agencies afraid of processes?

A new market requires a new model. No more paying bloated agency fees stuffed with ostentatious and unnecessary overheads.

Moon March serves as a creative ecosystem, building teams around projects – teams of award-winning, exclusive members each with over 10 years of experience. We have worked with the likes of Google, Reebok, Advil, Disney, Nike, AT&T, Viacom, Ciroc, and more. This model grants you access to world-class talent free from exorbitant fees.

Moreover, we believe in process. Each team has a lead strategist to ensure all client-facing communication is streamlined, and each project follows a well-defined process. Contrary to what some may tell you, creativity does not thrive in chaos. Just like freedom needs laws, creativity flourishes with structure.

Our Team's Past Experience

Josh Chambers

Founder & Chief Creative Officer

My career started as a professional hockey player at the age of 17. Sixteen broken bones later – including one fractured skull – it was time for a change.

As one does, I obtained a degree in International Development, moved to Latin America, and joined a human rights organization where I had two life-changing realizations: I was spending more on a latte than many of my friends earned in a day, and I was extraordinarily good at crafting stories that inspired action.

I became an award-winning creative working with the likes of Google, PUMA, Reebok, Viacom, IMG, and Advil. After several years, I set sail as an entrepreneur founding Earmark, a financial technology company that was named CNNs top 15 financial products of 2013. Upon exiting in 2015, I started Moon March on a quest to make the world a better place through creativity.

When I’m not Moon Marching, I’m spending my time trying very hard to not mess up my amazing kids, enjoying the lost art of attending the theater, reading sci-fi, and listening to great music.