One Show x 6
Webbys x 5
MIXX x 4
Clios x 2
Cannes x 2
FWA x 2
D&AD x 1
Awwwards x 1
Campaign Magazine Female Frontier Award Winner
One of 4A’s “100 People Who Make Advertising Great”
Business Insider's "25 Most Creative People in Advertising"
Business Insider's "33 Most Creative Women in Advertising"
Creativity's "Creatives to Watch"
Interview on Fox News interrupted by Muammar Gaddafi
Work featured by/on/in The New York Times, Fast Company, Creativity, Mashable, Archive, Communication Arts, CNN, NPR, Wired, Reddit, Deadspin, etc.
2015 - Now: GCD, McKinney
2012 - 2015: ACD, McKinney
2007 - 2012: Copywriter, McKinney
2004 - 2007: Proofreader, McKinney (Hey, I'm loyal. It's not every place that gives a proofreader the chance to be a creative.)
2003 - 2004: Therapist (not a very good one)
2001 - 2003: Master of Social Work, UNC Chapel Hill
1996 - 2000: BA, Writing, UC San Diego (one of 12 writing majors at a science and tech school)
1985 - 1989: Hollow in the woods with no electricity, middle of nowhere, Tennessee
Books, knitting, walking tiny circles around my house to get my steps in, sauvignon blanc, the Enneagram, singing loudly and off-key, bare feet in cool grass, bitching about my hair, over-thinking awkward social encounters, Amy's frozen burritos, The New York Times Magazine, hot sauce (preferably Valentina or Cholula), buying toys I say are for my kid but are really for me, the idea of doing yoga, skee-ball, old typewriters, fireflies, talking about drinking more water, 60 Minutes, my impression of Empress Moonchild giving Bastian all that is left of Fantasia, secret parking spaces, being an ENFP, making weather-themed playlists, dad jokes, hyperbole, "2112" by Rush, expressive hand gestures, margaritas on the rocks, apologizing for apologizing, lying in a hammock on a sunny summer afternoon while off in the distance someone mows their lawn, the copywriting on Taco Bell sauce packets, making lists of things l like, in no particular order.
*I'm not arrogant enough to call myself an "idea juggernaut" from the start, but a creative partner once did and I'm totally arrogant enough to roll with it.