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Schifino Lee - 12:24 pm September 11, 2015

SCHIFINO LEE’S NEW ART DIRECTORS PUT THE POW IN POWERHOUSE CREATIVITY

Posted in Agency News, Culture

chad and marySchifino Lee would like to welcome two, true citizens of the advertising world to its creative team. Chad Grandey and Mary Rach, perhaps two of the biggest graphic design enthusiasts you might meet, are hopping aboard the S.S. Schifino Lee to continue their specialized journey in Art Direction.

Chad hails from the top creative shops of the Lone Star State (Texas). Powered by coffee and more coffee, it’s no surprise that Chad puts so much energy and let’s say, orderliness, into our company culture. Chad + caffeine + anal retentiveness (or excessive organization) = National ADDY’s and a potpourri of awards, which is fine by us!

Chad joins our team with twenty years of experience. After receiving his graphic design degree from Pittsburgh Technical Institute, Chad’s metaphorical Chalice of Experience is filled to the brim with national work for Best Buy, Delta Airlines, Samsung, and National Geographic. His trophy shelf is packed with National ADDY’s, Healthcare Ad Awards and Flagler Awards: Best in Show. Even Adweek, Creativity, Graphis, and Archive magazines feature Chad’s unmatched knowledge of all things artsy.

Mary exudes the aura of a Zen, quirky creative and has the client fan-base to prove it. After hours, Mary gets her adrenaline fix by searching Zillow and Trulia for quality real estate listings. Don’t we all! She is also a proud dog-mom.

Before joining our team, Mary earned her graphic design degree from Kendall College of Art and Design. She also worked with Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo, Experience Kissimmee, First Watch, and Moffitt Cancer Center. Her work has also been honored with three Gold and four Silver regional ADDY’s and multiple district level trophies.

Swing by Schifino Lee to meet our new team members! If you happen to pass a coffee shop, Chad could probably use another cup of joe. It’s been about an hour since his last coffee. Then take a second to meet Mary- she’s awesomely artistic!

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