My career in business development began at large agencies such as Ogilvy, where I learned one of the most useful lessons of my career: always expect more from your work than you think is possible.
I’ve also worked at some small agencies; I’ve had ownership and management positions at several others; and before joining PixelSpoke I worked as marketing director for The Oregonian. From these experiences, I learned an equally important lesson: dream big, but plan in small, realistic steps.
Marketing is a polarizing industry. It is equally vilified for shallow chicanery and lauded for inexhaustible creativity. PixelSpoke is a web marketing company, certainly, but at its core PixelSpoke is built around creation. Websites, content strategies, long-term social campaigns—with every project we undertake, we look at a client’s vision for their business and figure out what we can build together. The possibilities are endless.