Visual Design & Brand Identity Manager
Mar 2016 - Nov 2016 (8 months)
Providing guidance and leadership to county administrator’s overall efforts and initiatives related to the Hillsborough County’s brand identity, graphics and branding across varying platforms. Developing creative solutions and directing photographers, photo shoots, and other specialized vendors. Meeting with client departments and making recommendations on project parameters, goals, tactics and best practices.
Creative Services Manager
Sep 2014 - Mar 2016 (1 year 6 months)
Overseeing and implementing art direction in the design of ticketing, advertising, corporate sales, community relations, venue services, promotional, digital and print materials. Coordinating the preparation of creative marketing and advertising materials, to include writing, editing, layout, proofreading and project management for all departments. Providing functional guidance, mentoring advice and /or training to less-experienced creative staff.
Art Director - NY Knicks & NY Liberty
New York, NY
Sep 2012 - Aug 2014 (1 year 11 months)
Helped lead with the development and design of all advertising and design needs for the New York Knicks and New York Liberty as it supports collateral for Marketing Partnerships, Corporate Hospitality / Suite sales, Merchandise and Food & Beverage Departments. Designing of all needs as they relate to their accounts; including collateral design, logo development, print advertising, outdoor, display, packaging, web development and more.
Sharon Smith playing Sharon Smith
The Public Theater
Feb 2012 - Feb 2012
Audience participant in GOB SQUAD’S KITCHEN (You’ve Never Had It So Good)
Gob Squad’s Kitchen takes one of Warhol’s films, Kitchen, as its starting point. Nothing much happens in the original film yet it somehow encapsulates the hedonistic experimental energy of the swinging sixties. Learning lines was considered ‘old fashioned’ so the actors just hang around. Sex, drugs and wild parties are referred to but nothing in particular takes place. As Edie Sedgwick, one of the film’s stars, says “I live my part too – only I can’t figure out what my part is in this movie.”