Ok, last time, we got a little carried away with the bios, teasing people and making things up. We’re more mature now, so we... oh, wait, I see someone rewrote the serious ones. Uh, nevermind...
I started my latest adventure when I moved from London to Saint John after picking it on a map. Throw in my charming accent and we have all the components of a blockbuster romcom. I’m working on the script now.
I have a balanced personality. One side is all efficiency, spreadsheets and budgets. The other is pranks, jokes and hell on two feet. Give me CMS access and I'll have a sweet time!
I love beautiful things, from lilies and pearls to perfectly constructed communications plans with tables and charts. Those plans in action? Works of art!
Kate is the mother of twin girls, which means that her life objective is to always find the most efficient way of doing something…
Outside of Revolution, Kelsey loves to spend time with family, especially with her adorable godson. She also likes to "keep up with the Kardashians" (yes, she’s a fan but we love her anyway).
When I'm not leading large, multi-channel marketing projects I make time to be Revolution's in-house fashion consultant. The creative team's matching Star Trek outfits? I don't want to talk about it.
#agencylife for 20 years - smart people, smart clients, great work & tons of coffee...
My love for creating websites and apps is hard-coded. I caught the bug (pun intended) as a kid, and now I’m pumped to pursue my passion. Just don’t ask me to build anything in Visual Basic, or I’ll be forced to give you an Error 400.
I love a challenge. You could say I thrive on competition in everything I do...not just within the agency. Play a boardgame with me. Come for a run. Whatever. It's on baby.
Besides our team in house, we have a few talented Revolution alumni that we call on from time to time when things here are really moving.
Do you have any idea how hard it is to wrangle these right-brain people into getting their expenses, bills and time sheets done? It's a good thing they're scared of me.
A lot of things have changed over the years. A lot less print. A lot of new digital. A lot of smart kids. Only one constant remains: YOU DON'T TOUCH MY MONITOR.