|By PR Newswire||
|March 5, 2014 02:00 PM EST||
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Multidimensional brand experience firm Big Red Rooster continued its growth by adding 10 design, account management and architectural services professionals to its Atlanta, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio-based teams.
Atlanta hires include:
Molly Dickinson joined the team as a copywriter. As a lead communicator and content strategist, Dickinson collaborates to solve communication challenges and develop strategic creative solutions. She previously provided copywriting and content strategy services through her freelance company, mdash creative copy.
Project Manager R. Scott Hudson, RA possesses more than 25 years experience developing retail design architecture solutions. He specializes in client management and cost-effective, adaptive project management, collaborating with cross-functional teams to deliver successful results. Before joining Big Red Rooster, Hudson served as a studio director at Gensler and senior associate at MSTSD, Inc.
With a breadth of experience in retail and tradeshow design, Graphic Designer Sarah Ligon combines branding and creative expertise to deliver strategic, innovative design solutions. She recently held a graphic design position at RR Donnelley.
Graphic Designer Brett Miotti designs interactive media and print experiences for Big Red Rooster's clients. He previously held a graphic designer role at Scoutmob.
Graphic Designer Ryan Walker creates compelling brand and web designs for Big Red Rooster's retail and service clients. Before joining the Big Red Rooster team, Walker was a graphic designer at LB Marketing.
Columbus hires include:
As an account coordinator, Alexandria Litalien is responsible for implementing project details and facilitating deliverables while upholding relationships between clients and the Big Red Rooster team. After graduating from Bowling Green State University in 2012, Litalien gained account services experience at Thread Marketing Group and Ron Foth Advertising.
Phoenix hires include:
Project Manager Bill Burke manages and coordinates design and development functions for franchise restaurant projects, ranging from ground-up construction and remodels to tenant improvements. With extensive commercial retail project experience, he previously held a project management role at Nadel Architects.
Ravin Crosby joined the team as a project manager. With more than a decade industry experience, Crosby manages several architectural services accounts, ensuring client deliverables are delivered on time and on budget. Before joining Big Red Rooster, Crosby held positions at FITCH in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Job Captain Alexander Peck specializes in space planning and construction documentation for leading national retailers and restaurants, supporting client projects and delivering world-class solutions. He recently held a senior project manager position at Neptune Design Group.
Senior CAD Technician Michael Anthony Samudio possesses more than a decade experience in architectural design for retail environments. In his role, Samudio designs and executes remodels and new builds for a leading retail client. Before joining the team, he worked as a lead architectural rendering specialist and store designer at Safeway.
About Big Red Rooster
Big Red Rooster is a multidimensional brand experience firm that creates the touchpoints, environments, communications, products and services of tomorrow. With several offices worldwide, our global client roster includes brands such as American Express, Jim Beam, Wrigley, Google and adidas. design:retail (formerly DDI Magazine) recognized Big Red Rooster as its 2013 Design Firm of the Year.
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