We’re virtual. But real.
(Because we like paradoxes.)
You know what happens when you don’t have to invest in walls, roofs, floors or any other limit-imposing aspect of a physical office?
You get to invest instead in creativity: talent and technology that together, kick some serious ad/PR/marketing/communication booty.
Welcome to our ‘virtual’ reality. Come meet the players.
Work smart. Play nice.
Do good. And whatnot.
Edward Estipona, is on a roll—and we’re not just talking pedaling 72 miles around Lake Tahoe. In addition to spinning through weekends on two wheels, Edward and his 27-year old agency have been gathering no moss as they transform marketing in the West. Here’s his story.
Just as “at home” sipping coffee outside a European café, enjoying an après-ski cocoa or relishing a carb-loaded meal after a long ride down a rugged mountain trail is our worldly creative director, Paige Galeoto. Here’s her story.
Kyle Brice was the kid who asked “Why?” — again and again and again — much to the irritation of his parents and teachers. Read his story.
Programming challenges are child’s play in his hands. He juggles code with ease and tackles programming challenges like a bocce master throwing the pallino. He’s our VP of Programming, Rajesh Bhimani. Here’s his story.
Her breezy demeanor and infectious personality make Nicole Rose Dion an ideal account director. She keeps her clients organized, her team on task, and her style — and social media game — are always on point. Here’s Nicole’s story.
She believes process and strategy go together like a wink and a smile. So it’s no surprise that this driven account manager is a little obsessive over details — much to the benefit of her clients. Meet Account Manager Chelsey Brice. Read her story.
Like all kids, Stephanie Mazza designed a family newspaper when she was eight. Oh, that’s right, most kids don’t do that. But Stephanie wasn’t most kids. Read her story.
STI testing, avoiding foreclosure, child’s first cavity, bursitis — if you were to dig into Camie Yokote’s online search history, you might get the wrong impression. Here's her story.
As a child, Dianne Fernandez-Paiz dreamed of being a trendsetter in fashion. Today, she is a trend tracker instead, yet still able to scratch the creative itch that has always driven her. Here's her story