Currently based in Brooklyn, I've recently relocated from Europe after three years working in Amsterdam and Paris directly with top brands and their agency partners. My range of experience encompasses strategy, marketing, photography, design and production. As the lead creative on numerous projects across the US and EMEA, I’ve pushed for the best ideas and compelling creative to achieve proven results. I’m able to think big, innovate and advocate for strong creative informed by overall strategy. I have the ability to manage production timelines and creative resources across teams and regions as well as develop assets to get the job done at a high-level on schedule.
As an early member of Twitter Brand Strategy based in New York, I contributed to developing and building the team. I integrated Twitter into top brand marketing efforts and promoted innovation on the platform. I provided strategy and spearheaded ideation based on client initiatives as well as translating concepts visually. After four years, I relocated to Paris to help develop, support and grow the Brand Strategy team across Europe. I implemented processes in Spain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands and France. I managed various programs in partnership with internal production teams, external partners and various stakeholders to create innovative programs for regional and global brands.
I was a permanent contract designer for Google/Youtube at a time when it was just gaining prominence. I provided concept and design support to teams in multiple regional offices across the U.S. I interpreted brand initiatives and supported innovation on the Youtube platform through brand channel designs and promotional products.
As Creative Director for a multimedia national ad campaign for USA Networks’ “The 4400” at Clickfire Media, I was responsible for graphic design, digital editing, banner ads, production flow, crew management and web design for 200+ deliverables across multiple platforms.
Specialties: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Premiere, After Effects and Keynote.
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