Sally Mars is a known throughout the
advertising world for her Broadcast, Art and Photo Production services. A former
Director of Art Buying at Fallon Worldwide, Sally Mars Productions has been
serving agencies, design firms and vendors since 1999.
Mars has to date produced work in over 20 countries and 37 of the 50 U.S.
states. She has produced projects on land, sea and air. She’s worked with
numerous stars of screen and stage, too many famous musicians to count, and
professional athletes in every major sport including dozens of Hall of Famers.
Mars has worked with lions, tigers, bears, mice, dogs, cats, elephants, horses,
snakes and insects. She’s gone days without sleep, and subsequently slept for
days. She’s been on the brickyard for the start of the Indy 500, in the well at
Fenway Park, straddled a partially opened draw bridge across the Chicago River
and shut down lanes of the Golden Gate Bridge. She even sailed an America’s Cup
yacht despite the fact that women were, officially, forbidden on board.
All this and more, in service to Production.
Mars’s non-commercial body of work is impressive as well, having screened films
at most every major festival including Sundance and SXSW. She’s produced books,
and has been published in many more. She’s a writer with a small following and a
fine-art photographer who co-hosts the F-Stop Group in Minneapolis with Tom
Arndt. She loves baseball, art, movies and dogs.
Especially dogs. In 2017 Sally Mars and her husband artist Chris Mars began
rescuing dogs from Mexico in conjunction with Minnesota’s Secondhand Hounds,
with which they volunteer. So she produces dog rescue, too.
While Sally Mars has opted here to keep her client list confidential, you can
likely gain here a sense of her roster, and accomplishments. Feel free to
contact her directly firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
P.O. Box 24631
Minneapolis, MN 55424
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