As Ultimate Escape Game gave me a preview of the challenges as well as exhilaration of working with a start up, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Towne Realty has highlighted intricacies of working in an agency-like environment. The kicker being, Towne Realty is home to over 400 agents. That's right, 400 different clients.
Customer service is paramount at Towne Realty. All agents are welcome to one-on-one consultations with the marketing department and have access to the company's design services. As Marketing Manager, my position was to maintain balance in the department and to make sure that all timelines were maintained, but more importantly, that the agents were delivered with pieces that they could get excited about. Not only did I work as a project manager, but also assisted in events, design and other company initiatives.
For more information, visit: www.BHHSTowneRealty.com.
I started with Ultimate Escape Game before the project even had a website. I've always had a passion for being on the ground floor of start ups. There's something satisfying about growth and challenging convention.
I was with the company for two years and originally hired on as the digital marketing lead. After just a couple of months, I grew into the Director of Business Development role and also headed up game design. We started in Atlanta, Georgia and we opened a second location in Dallas, Texas. The company is now also offering franchises around the country.
Below are some examples of my designs for the brand as well as a showcase of the design and staging I helped coordinate for the rooms.
To learn more, visit: www.ultimateescapegame.com.
Grey Herring is a creative project in the works by me. I'm excited to see how this work grows and will share more as the project gets it's legs. For now, stay tuned.
Bowen Aero Photography is a local aerial photography company here in Virginia. Just starting out, they asked me to make their logo. I had a lot of fun with this design because the owner loved a vintage feel and look, in addition, to being a pilot.
The final design was inspired by old school aviation while also highlighting the owner's namesake. I'm excited to work on more projects with them in the future as they grow.
After hearing from the founder of this benefit tournament, I was both excited and mildly concerned to get started. How does one incorporate neon colors and camouflage into the same design? Well, first I had to Google what a Cobia was... but once I educated myself, I jumped right into what I consider a fun and tasteful approach to the modern fishing tournament with a nod to the retro. I never thought I'd design a fishing flyer, but it was an awesome exercise of the creative muscles. I also created the event's website www.CobiaEastCoastChampionship.com. Check it out!
REAL Estate Report is a concept project of mine. Working in the real estate industry, I've seen that the millennial market is currently being underserved. My goal in creating this project was to make real estate more approachable to the younger buyer and answer commonly misunderstood facets of the home buying experience.
I love finding intimate moments behind the camera. Moments that may not have been seen otherwise. Freezing time is a powerful tool and I hope to find more opportunities in the future to explore this craft in the future.