We are pleased to add a new addition to our design team: Meet Keslie Remer.
With a passion for typography and color schemes, Keslie made her creative mark (quite literally) designing posters and animating training videos for the Office of Information and Technology at Brigham Young University. She also gained valuable experience as a production artist at Cricut and several startup companies and mobile apps.
We wanted to learn more about this talented BYU graduate and what brought her to Stage Marketing. Here are some of the interview highlights.
Stage Marketing: Tell us about yourself. Hobbies? Interests? College major? Short-term goals?
Kelsie: I’m from Portland, Oregon, but I moved to Utah for school. I graduated from Brigham Young University in technology and engineering studies last June. My major covers graphic design, videography, photography, 2D animation, woodworking, manufacturing, and electronics, to name a few. If it had anything to do with design, it was a part of our major.
My husband and I love rock climbing, eating out, and board/card games. Honestly, the only short-term goal I’ve had recently was to find a better job, and I just checked that off the list!
SM: What brought you to Stage Marketing?
Keslie: My last job was related to graphic design, but I never designed my own pieces. I was just making corrections to other people’s projects. I also really wanted a company with better communication skills. My husband’s uncle told me that his brother Phil’s company was hiring graphic designers, and I immediately applied.
SM: What do you enjoy most about working here?
Keslie: So far, I love how many projects I’ve been able to work on so soon after starting, and I can’t stress enough how much I appreciate how well (and often) that everyone communicates.
SM: What do you think you can add to Stage Marketing?
Keslie: I think I can add my own design style and persistence for excellence in completing projects efficiently and well.
SM: If you are playing Two Truths and a Lie, what stumps people every time?
Keslie: I like to say I have misophonia, trypophobia, and synesthesia.
(The lie is trypophobia.)
To learn more about Keslie and the other members of the Stage Marketing team, click here.