Concept, execution and the ability to think big.

Our art directors work on both the creative and digital teams, helping to solve client problems in unique and interesting ways. As an integral part of the team, your job responsibilities include visual development of both digital and traditional media, strong conceptual and executional skills and the ability to persuasively present the agency’s work.

First off, our agency culture requires the following attributes:

  • Curiosity
  • Goal-oriented
  • Ability to communicate with team members effectively
  • Conscious of deadlines and budgets
  • Organized and self motivated
  • Willing to learn new things
  • Willingness to find a way to make things happen
  • Ability to live our brand standards of excellence

Still interested? Then check out what we expect from art directors:

• A minimum of an associates (2 year) degree in advertising, communication design or visual arts.  A bachelor (4 year) degree is preferred.
• 5+ years design experience in an agency setting is required
• Must possess exceptional computer skills with a thorough knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud, Keynote and any widely utilized word processing application
• Demonstrated ability to think creatively and provide marketable solutions in conceiving, developing and producing tactics


Job responsibilities include:

• Interact with copywriters and digital team to develop creative concepts and executions of assigned client
• Possess solid understanding of the science and market dynamics of assigned client

• Advise client on all technical visual recommendations and/or issues
• Help facilitate both the input and creative meetings
• Assist in making presentations to client

• Provide detailed direction to designers
• Assist in the education and development of designers

Additional experience includes: 

• Mastered composition techniques (multiple elements and interactive pieces) in producing polished final pieces
• Comprehensive computer photo-retouching and image development skills
• Demonstrated complete understanding of:
– Color theory and color relationships
– Typographic terms that identify type forms and the specifications required to refer to typographic settings

– Perspective and space relationships
– Print and web page composition and grid structures
– Print production process and knowledge of production techniques
– Photography and the photographic process
• Demonstrated ability to:
– Communicate thorough knowledge of assigned client projects
– Provide effective direction at photo, video and television shoots
– Effectively check and approve work on press
– Effectively collect electronic materials for output
– Effectively handle multiple assignments at one time
– Manage challenging situations both internally and with the client
– Command respect of freelancers and designers and be able to effectively oversee their work