The Brandon Agency, the most creatively awarded agency in the Carolinas, enhances its creative department with four new trailblazers, Kaitlyn Allison, Aaron Carter, Kelli Woodell and Anabella Ortiz.
Kaitlyn Allison joins The Brandon Agency as an associate creative director after being the creative director for DAMN GOOD Advertising. Allison’s experience includes designing for the tech, healthcare, retail, real estate, and automotive industries. She is a graduate of Grand Valley State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in graphic design with a minor in advertising and public relations. Allison will help manage a team and create campaigns across all mediums including digital, social, video, print and a variety of integrated needs.
Aaron Carter, the agency’s newest senior copywriter, comes to The Brandon Agency from Scoppechio, an advertising agency in Louisville, KY. He has experience in the retail, financial, healthcare and energy industries. Carter is a graduate of Indiana State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a master’s degree in communication. His nine years of experience will play a key role in creating dynamic messaging for the agency’s clients.
Joining the agency as an Art Director & Designer, Kelli Woodell is bringing her experience in tourism, retail, education, transportation, and financial industries to The Brandon Agency. She graduated from Tennessee Tech University with a bachelor of fine arts (BFA) degree in digital design. Woodell’s impressive experience will be integral in developing compelling and successful campaigns.
In addition to Woodell, the agency is adding another Designer, Anabella Ortiz, to the team. She is a graduate of Savannah College of Art & Design, where she earned her BFA in animated illustration and publication design. Ortiz has extensive experience designing for the tourism, television, and marketing industries. Using her skills, she will develop branding and design work across TBA’s portfolio.
“We are excited to add such amazing talent to our already impressive team,” said Chief Creative Officer of The Brandon Agency, Stephen Childress. “I can’t wait to see the new ideas they bring to the table for our clients.”