Look, we can rattle off a ton of things we do and create. But in the end, our clients don’t hire our list of offerings. They hire our people. We’ve created an environment where the best and the brightest want to come to work every day. And, yes, sometimes well into the night.
When I am not busy hitting client deadlines, you can find me running, going to concerts, and aspiring to be as optimistic as Olaf from Frozen.
The late Gordon Tootoosis said in his famed role as One Stab that “some people hear their own inner voices with great clearness, and they live by what they hear. Such people become crazy, or they become legends.” I agree, but it's my opinion that it takes equal parts crazy and legend to deliver inspiring content to the web. I grab at what I want, and I take it. I have to have the big salad.
I create seamless and engaging web experiences. That said, I can’t consider my job complete unless I get at least one song stuck in your head—preferably an embarrassing one.
My projects move pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss them.
As the Public Relations Director at Planit, I have my ear to the ground on what's trending in the news. I have a passion for crafting irresistible story angles, pitching media and earning great coverage for clients.
Leslie Knope once said to me, "Becca, you beautiful tropical fish. You’re smart as a whip and you’re cool under pressure." It was the greatest compliment I've ever received. Aside from that moment, I'm also inspired by shutter speeds, great editing transitions, and iced coffee. I'm here to tell your story as beautifully as possible, and boy is that fun.
You only get a complexion like this spending a lot of time in front of a computer. It's hard for a project to surprise me because I've seen it all before and have a healthy sense of paranoia.
My first 2 jobs in life prove I can do anything (McDonald's fry-guy and servicing a porta-potty route), the rest prove my judgement got better with age. I'm a firm believer that Account Management is a stodgy, one-dimensional term that is borderline offensive to some (if that is you, let's talk).
From New York to Paris, São Paulo to Sydney… the WORLD is my oyster. My clients are the pearls, and I treat them like the priceless gems they are. I fashion marketing plans that devour the competition with a slurp and a little mignonette. Bon appétit!
Armed with creative energy and a love of puns, I deliver the freshest batch of content to every client’s table. I always get the latest scoop on all things social, and it’s anything but cookie cutter.
For me, nothing beats a collaborative creative process where team members riff off of each other’s big ideas, fine-tuning right through to beautiful execution. That’s what I dig about Planit. Everyone brings so much style and expertise to the table; we can all learn from one another and drum up some pretty exceptional work.
The really great thing about my job is that it started as my hobby, and I feel the same excitement for it now that I felt when I was hacking in my parents’ den. When someone asks, “Can you make this work?” my response is always, “Yes!” I love doing things no one’s done before. Fortunately Planit specializes in that sort of thing.
Queen of the Office Supplies and Telephone Line, Lady of the Kingdom Planit, and Protector of the Realm
I’m completely addicted to the news – national, local, trade, celebrity gossip, you name it, and I have a million news apps, notifications, and email subscriptions to prove it. I wake up checking headlines, watch the morning shows while getting ready, and listen to NPR on my way in to work. I can talk your ear off about any topic, ranging from political elections to scientific breakthroughs, to the Brangelina breakup. I like to think this helps me stay on trend, and it definitely helps me get headlines (OR make news) for my clients.
Do you want something filmed? Are you looking for obscure professional wrestling facts? Well, you've come to the right place.
On my second day at Planit, I found a My Little Pony coffee mug in the break room. I drank from it for a week and then it vanished. Any time spent not growing Planit’s video production unit to meet demand in markets both traditional and digital will be spent in search of this mug, I assure you.
Sure, it looks pretty, but is it functional? What’s the story? Are you hangry? I ask a lot of questions because I value clarity and so do your customers. My unending quest for answers results in distinctive digital experiences.
Account guru who's inspired by all things creative. Digital enthusiast with an obsession for new local finds, funky music, hot yoga and chopped salad.
Are you tired of the typical agency process? My vision for changing the way clients see agencies has resulted in unprecedented new business and growth for Planit. I am a master of disruption and I aim to pull you out of your comfort zone. Brand pillars are a joke. Let me scare you—respectfully—and show you what an emotional connection to your audience is all about.
A delay is better than a disaster. I'm interested in getting it right the first time, even if it's not on time. You should also know that I laugh at my own jokes, drink too much chai, only sing out loud with my twin sister and root for the Bills on the inside. Go Ravens?
A stubborn millennial on a mission to shatter all the misconceptions.
Planit is the kind of agency where you can “choose your own adventure” as a creative, and I think this is why we are such a good match—I’m not very good at “routine.” Being able to jump around from web design, animation, video, and photography really helps me keep the work fresh and forces me to constantly evolve as a creative. Being surrounded by fun, talented people every day is just icing on the cake.
My beard is where I keep all my Micron pens and magical powers. From lettering to layouts, I am here to craft and create.
In the sage words of Dr. Ian Malcolm: “If there is one thing the history of evolution has taught us, it's that [advertising] will not be contained. [Advertising] breaks free, it expands to new territories and crashes through barriers, painfully, maybe even dangerously, but, uh... well, there it is. [Account people] uh… find a way.”
Cheerleader of internal relationships and team success. Spread your wings and fly like a nimble, swift eagle! But not literally, because I’ll have to file an incident report.
Chasing leads is a lot like chasing apexes; you have to lean in and trust that the grip will be there. That's where I come in. I'll climb up onto your site, fire up your audience, and push your campaigns to the limit. Let's twist that marketing throttle together, and remember, I'm here to do a wheelie good job.
I apologize. I just ate your low-hanging fruit and drank your Kool-Aid. I leveraged your synergies and funded your crowds. I led your thoughts, adopted you early, and hung out in your cloud. My long tail was wrapped all the way around your disruptive, holistic approach. Oh, and I broke your clutter. Sorry.
I enjoy helping our team help our clients help their brands be more like that friend you'd do anything for and less like that "friend" who just farts a lot. I also enjoy using unnecessarily long, extra verbose, painfully redundant sentences when given the opportunity to write my own bio about myself for my bio.
Uncovering stories is my talent, telling them is my passion. Who you are, what you do, what you stand for, where you came from, where you’re going, or the road that got you there – you have endless stories waiting to be told. Let me dig them up. Oh and, I have a Diet Coke addiction.
Although a Pennsylvania native, I’ve called Baltimore home for the past seven years. I find inspiration for my work in the hustle and bustle of the Inner Harbor and the juxtaposition between the city’s historic architecture and modern buildings. My claim to fame is being featured in an inflight magazine you probably have never heard of.
I work like I play music – at 200 beats per minute. I spend most my weekends playing guitar in basements and dive bars. And yes, it’s as glamorous as it sounds.
Fighting crime and bad design. Just trying to make the world a cooler place.
“Made up of sugar, spice, and everything nice,” said no one ever about me. I’m witty, I make to-do lists, and I get the job done—no matter what it takes.
Not all accountants wear pocket protectors and carry calculators. I love an opportunity to bring the numbers to life to tell a story. The numbers are the numbers and they have a lot to say sometimes.
Master organizer of emails and checklists. Translator of weird advertising lingo. The person who will first tell you “no” when asked to make the logo bigger (with love and a smile). Gratuitous snack eater.
I don't know about you, but I leave a little sparkle wherever I go. At Planit I help my clients do the same, elevating them in the public eye and giving them the stage and spotlight to tell their stories and shine a little brighter.
A process is not one size fits all. And in an industry that is constantly evolving, I like to roll with the punches - it keeps it interesting. Rallying the teams to figure out the best way to get kick ass creative out the door is my ultimate goal.
Doughnut even think about telling me to get off of my phone. I’m glued to it at all times of the day. While you’re sleeping, I’m Snapchatting, Instagraming, Facebook Live-ing, Tweeting, Blogging, Pinteresting, YouTubing, and looking up the next best social media platform for me to reign on.
I am the rudder and Ed is the sail. I love the speed. I enjoy the adventure. I like the rough waters as much as the calm seas. Ultimately my job is to keep an eye on the horizon and keep the agency on course. I focus all my energies on Planit so my team can focus on you.
Designing for the web one day at a time… with a freshly baked cookie. And a coffee. And maybe some Swedish Fish.
Pronounced MEE-gan, not MEG-an. I'm a straight shooter who loves to cook and watch Masterpiece Theatre. I’m always pushing myself to find kick-ass web design solutions… and the best photos on the Internet to Photoshop my coworkers’ faces into.
Since I have a creative writing degree, there's no better way for me to describe myself than in poetic form: Meticulous Effervescent Gorgeous Accomplished Noteworthy
Master organizer, keeper of facts, and wizard of all things detailed. And yes, these are my sassy pants!
Logical code, correctly indented hierarchical files (two tabs, please), and making sure my iMac application windows are perfectly aligned are what I’m all about. My specialties include pixel-perfect cutups, beautifully responsive websites, and obsessive code commenting. I strive to be uncomfortable, to learn and evolve, to be challenged every day. The struggle is real. Oh well, who is John Galt?
Frank Gehry said it best: "For me, every day is a new thing. I approach each project with a new insecurity, almost like the first project I ever did, and I get the sweats. I go in and start working; I'm not sure where I'm going. If I knew where I was going, I wouldn't do it." I hope to never stop learning.
Grammatical pedant and Oxford comma enthusiast. When not wordsmithing, I’m probably either hanging out with my cat, Special Agent Jack Bauer, performing stand-up comedy, or watching the Philadelphia Eagles choke.
D.W.I.G.H.T Determined, Worker, Intense, Good worker, Hard worker, Terrific.
Unexpected ideas. Strong executions. Even stronger coffee. They’re how and why I get up in the morning.
I’m optimistic in thinking that the Redskins might get their act together one day. I have the coolest dog in the world, and I love to be outside whether it’s on a boat or on top of a mountain.
You may call me a nerd but life is a numbers game and the nerds are winning. Marketing isn't just about pretty pictures and well-formed sentences, it's also about using data to take a business to the next level. Creating a campaign is just the first step; following it through strategy and optimization is how you break the mold. I say bring on the numbers.
I think it was Dumbledore who first spoke of me. He wrote, “a pseudo-man would be delivered to this Planit to practice the dark arts of consumer persuasion and shape shift user behaviors garnering for his contemporaries the stacks of cheddar they seek. You’re a wizard, Ryan.”
A lifelong artist and fledgling developer with a knack for animation. Musique électronique is my raison d'être. Skills include, but are not limited to: putting nose to grindstone and burning midnight oil.
Bowl with brown rice, chicken, medium salsa, cheese, guacamole, and lettuce.
When you grow up with a last name like mine, you don't get to take yourself too seriously. You also don't eat duck. I ask a lot of questions, but I have a lot to do and a short attention span, so you'd better answer fast. I spend a lot of money on tickets: concert… airplane… speeding… gotta go!
Minnie isn't the only one famous for these ears. I wore them to my interview, and still got the job. I'm currently working on making them mandatory attire for all client presentations.
Subtly collecting your data. Stealthily pinpointing your target. Skillfully negotiating, calculator in hand. Out to prove that TV, print and radio aren't dead.
“When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die”—so I decided to take a slightly less fatal route and go with content strategy instead.
I’m on a quest to learn everything I can about the world around us. Understanding industry trends, audience demographics, competitive landscapes, and consumer behavior helps inform strategic direction that achieves client goals and creates brand messaging that moves consumers to action.When I’m not busy distilling a single-minded idea, you’re likely to find me cheering on my kids from the sidelines, researching my next travel destination, or continuing my pursuit of the perfect piece of dark chocolate.