Duft Watterson has gone through quite the growth spurt over the past several months.
In April, they announced the addition of two new team members, Designer Sam Fischer and Account Coordinator and Content Writer Angie Heuring.
Shortly thereafter, they grew by three more, as Account Managers Casaundra Petersen and Shauna Tefft, and Designer Jeff Lautenslager joined the team.
Thought they were done? Not even close.
Their most recent additions, based on what they’ve shared on Instagram and published on their website, are Designer Randi Arnot, Senior Designer Inna Grishchuk, Account Manager Hanna Wenter, Senior Copywriter Rich Lufrano, Digital Programmer David Scholer, and Videographer and Photographer Michael Bonocore.
Phew! That’s a lot of new names and faces to try and keep track of. And yes, there will be a quiz. Better study up.
Oliver Russell recently announced that they’ve added a few new folks to their team: Rebecca Mulkey as a studio designer, Morgan Rider as business development director, and Heidy Caruso as an account manager.
Rebecca Mulkey recently relocated to Boise from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and has experience creating visual identity for stationary, advertisements and marketing collateral. She honed her eye for design at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.
Morgan Rider will spearhead Oliver Russell’s new business opportunities from Portland, Oregon, She was previously with Grady Britton, and serves as a board member on both The Climate Trust and The Wetlands Conservancy.
Heidy Caruso returned to the agency world after most recently serving as a client services manager at MarkMonitor. A graduate of University of Idaho, she spent several years with Drake Cooper, and KTVB prior to that.
Congratulations to all.
The folks over at Carew Co. have added a new face to their growing team. Aaron Kvarfordt, recent graduate of Boise State University, joined the crew as a Graphic Designer.
Read more about Aaron on Carew Co’s site.
A quick spin around recent new hire news
Rizen Creative recently added graphic designer Jacey Arnzen as a Graphic Designer. She’s a recent graduate of the University of Idaho, with a bachelor’s degree in Advertising and a minor in Art.
Stoltz Marketing Group recently added Cameron Murray to their team as a Senior Copywriter. A graduate of San Diego State University and The Book Shop School for Ads, he has worked for notable west coast agencies including Gallegos United, GS&P and 2018 Small Agency of the Year, BSSP.
At Red Sky, they’ve added recent graduate Sophia Maupin to their team.
Are there others we’ve missed? Let us know.
Our friends at Oliver Russell have seen their fair share of changes over the past few months, including new titles, new faces, and new job openings:
In February, Mike Stevens was promoted to Design Director, where he’ll be responsible for oversight over design initiatives within the agency, and management over Oliver Russell’s growing design team.
Also in February, Brian Millar was promoted from public relations intern to Studio Writer. Millar’s background is in journalism, and he also works as a freelance reporter for Boise Weekly.
These changes follow the addition of Rob Osler, who joined Oliver Russell in December as Managing Director. Osler previously held roles including director of brand strategy at Microsoft and senior vice president at Salt Branding.
On the job openings front, Oliver Russell has a couple positions they’re looking to fill:
This individual will lead our PR practice, elevating the impact of organizations striving to do good for people and our planet.
We’re looking to hire a purpose-oriented design all-star to complement and strengthen our team as we grow our roster of clients, which currently stretches from Silicon Valley to the Smithsonian.
Full details about those two positions and how to apply can be found via their respective links.
We’re also hearing word that a new account manager joined the Oliver Russell team in March. Stay tuned — more details on that down the road.