After deciding nearly two years into my formal education that Vet school wasn’t the path for me I looked for other ways I could contribute to the equine and agriculture industries. I always loved writing and art so I started looking into what I could do building upon those skills. I came upon advertising, which seemed like a great fit. While getting my degree in advertising I found my writing and artistic abilities to be a great asset that were further enhanced by the combination of marketing and creative classes that constructed the program. I graduated with the honor of Outstanding Student Achievement for my graduating class.
Upon graduation I set out to make my goals a reality. To freelance and help clients grow by increasing the effectiveness of their communication.
The rundown on me –
My whole life I have been an outdoor person. I love to camp, fish, hunt, hike, go dirt bike riding, and off-roading. I drink too much coffee and may have an affinity for good whiskey. I have a love for horses that is more like an obsession, (much to my husbands dismay). I have ridden and competed in both English and Western, but I truly love all things Western – movies, music, fashion, art, etc. I ride my quarter horse mare, Vega, often and enjoy sharing my passion with my kids.
Creatives are known for being notoriously hard to work with and keep in contact with, I aim to change that. Time is valuable and no one wants it wasted. My clients can count on me to keep in contact throughout a project and know I will deliver on time. I can do everything from copywriting to brand strategy, and enjoy seeing my clients succeed.
Education: B.S. Advertising – The Art Institute of California, San Diego
The Art Institute of California – San Diego Outstanding Student Achievement – Advertising – Class of Winter 2012
2012 Addy People’s Choice – Radio
2011 AAF Most Promising Minority Student
2011 Addy People’s Choice – Direct Mail