Since 1994, we have worked with the JFK Library to promote the legacy of the Kennedy Presidency. Through recreating the landing on the moon to helping viewers relive the Cuban Missile Crisis 50 years later, we’ve been able to keep the legacy of Kennedy’s Presidency relevant by mixing history with current technology.

Results: In 2009, “We Choose the Moon” was FWA’s Site of the Year and “Clouds Over Cuba” won 11 Cannes Lions and an Emmy in 2014. Most importantly, though, since partnering with the museum more than 20 years ago, attendance rates for the museum are still on the rise.

Our Speech

Our Speech was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s inaugural address, a speech aimed to unite the citizens of the U.S., as well as the rest of the world, for the betterment of humanity. We used Twitter, Facebook and video submissions to allow people around the world to record their own versions of the “Ask Not” speech. Once all 111 parts of the speech were recreated, @jfkspeech retweeted the full speech in order. We also compiled all the submitted videos on to make worldwide versions of this timeless speech in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Chinese and Japanese.