Creative firm and solutionist agency Frances Roy is pleased to announce its recent hire of Brand Designer Corinne (Rinn) Garlanger. In her role as Brand Designer, Garlanger works to create publication designs, branding, digital advertising graphics and interface design for a slew of clientele. Frances Roy's President and Chief Creative Officer Shantelle Dedicke notes the importance of each Frances Roy team member.
"The magic at Frances Roy is not found in the agency services we provide but within the people who work to provide those services. Rinn is an ideal example of this magic. She brings impressive knowledge and experience, but more importantly, she is collaborative and willing to teach as well as learn. And, while each of our clients benefit from her joining the team; our team is better because she chose to bring her talent to Frances Roy."
- Shantelle Dedicke, President and Chief Creative Officer at Frances Roy Agency
Garlanger, a Philadelphia native, graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BA in Graphic Design in 2013. With more than seven years of experience in the field of graphic design, her previous positions include Senior Graphic Designer, Content Manager, and Brand Manager. Garlanger's work spans from publication design to web design, with her most recent work being for an outdoor sporting goods retailer. Corinne is excited to expand her design capabilities with the Frances Roy team.
"I’ve always been impressed by the Frances Roy team and the work they’ve produced over the last couple of years. Their passion for marketing, branding, and their clients is something I cannot wait to be a part of!"
- Rinn Garlanger, Brand Designer at Frances Roy Agency
Frances Roy Agency takes an all-encompassing approach to client customer service and complements it with a full-service offering of marketing support organized under four core services - Strategy, Design, Media, and Digital.
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