R&J Strategic Communications Announces Hiring of Zach Paige as Graphic Designer

by | Dec 16, 2019

R&J Strategic Communications, a full service integrated marketing and public relations agency, announces the addition of a new graphic designer to the team with the hiring of Zach Paige. Paige will play an integral role in delivering the enhanced creative and digital services offered by R&J.

Within R&J’s creative team, Paige is responsible for conceptualizing and designing exceptional branded materials for client’s businesses. He also plays an important role in social media campaigns, website designs, and various other digital media projects.

“Zach’s eye for top-notch design and his creative solutions make him a fantastic addition to the company,” said Steve Guberman, VP of Creative and Digital Services at R&J Strategic Communications. “Zach’s work will not only help our clients to achieve their goals and make a difference in their industries, but he also brings a fresh perspective to our team.”

Prior to R&J, Paige was a graphic designer for Seller’s Choice, Fort Lee, N.J. A resident of Old Bridge, N.J., Paige attended the College of New Jersey where he graduated in 2018 with a BFA in Graphic Design and a minor in Marketing. During his time in school, he was president of the Leadership Development Program, faculty liaison of the Rebel Art Movement and a member of the TCNJ AIGA and of the Art Honor Society Kappa Pi.

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