Hi, my name is Scarlett! I’m an art director and graphic designer specializing in motion graphics and brand design.
After graduating from the University of Tampa’s Graphic Design program, I began my career creating assets such as email campaigns, reports and presentations, social media content, logos, brand identity kits, magazines, and business collateral for a wide variety of clientele.
In 2019, I joined Ashley HomeStores as a graphic designer and was promoted to a senior-level position shortly thereafter. My work at Ashley has consisted of catalog creation, art direction of photoshoots, animation of videos, redesigning the company website, training other designers, and countless other projects.
I am always interested in collaborating with a company that suits my strengths while challenging me to think creatively, learn new technology or techniques, and deliver unique concepts.
In my free time, I enjoy creating my own art, traveling, learning new things, and giving my pets all the scratch they deserve.
SENIOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER
April 2019 - Present
LEAD GRAPHIC DESIGNER
March 2016 - March 2019
SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTOR
University of Tampa
January 2016 - May 2017
A member of the company’s Creative Team creating branded content for the Ashley HomeStore website, social media platforms, and retail locations. Also produce promotional assets for sales and events including emails and animated social content
Accepted as a Creative Intern in the company’s internship program in Jan. 2016 and quickly promoted to a full-time member of the iBoss Design Team. This promotion resulted in a leadership position tasked with managing the department. Supervised a primarily digital marketing team, creating printed and web materials for a wide variety of clientele. Oversaw photography and video production for client events and products. Initiated projects and delegated responsibilities to appropriate members of the Design Team
Managed social media accounts for the Art Department, which included promoting events, showcasing student work, recording exhibitions and workshops, and interacting with the department’s online audience