Meet Our New Copy & Creative Newbies!

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Words with our new copywriter gal, Charity Murphy:
CurrentMarketing: What are you doing?
Charity: Rockin’ out with my copy out.
CMKTG: What else?
Charity: Playing with my hamburger vacuum crumb sucker.
CMKTG: What’s your favorite website?
CM: Super Punch. Lots of cool things from advertising and pop culture.
CMKTG: Where is your dock located?
CM: Bottom. I once had an old coworker tell me that it’s really huge.
CMKTG: What icon do you click most?
CM:  Word.
CMKTG: What is the prettiest icon, in your opinion?
CM: They’re all really hideous. The newest iTunes is the best of the worst.
CMKTG: Metaphor, Simile, Analogy
CM: Analogy.
CMKTG: What’s your problem?
CM: I dunno. what’s your problem? Because I don’t have a problem, you’re the problem!
CMKTG: Yep, you’re going to fit right in around here.
Now let’s barge in on another new hire, Graphic Designer Chaney Given:
CurrentMarketing: What are you doing?
Chaney: Mattress & More resizing.
CMKTG: What else?
CG: Creasing a piece of paper and drinking a lot of coffee.
CMKTG: What’s your favorite website?
CG: The Berrics
CMKTG: Where is your dock located?
CG: Bottom. Hidden.
CMKTG: What icon do you click most?
CG: InDesign.
CMKTG: What is the prettiest icon, in your opinion?
CG: Fetch. Well, it’s not pretty, but it is funny looking.
CMKTG: Photoshop? InDesign? Illustrator? Microsoft Paint 98?
CG: Illustrator.
CMKTG: What’s your problem?
CG: Oh, where do I start! Right now, a dead motorcycle battery.
CM: You’re a badass kind of cool.
And believe it or not, we have even more people new people in our corner of Bakery Square. So next week, we’ll hit up our newest Account Coordinator, Melissa Gillette!

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If there’s anyone who can honestly say, “Been there, done that,” it’s Rob. After traveling the world for seven years in his 20’s, Rob went to LA and started working in film production. Then it was off to New York, where he learned how to program, which eventually brought him back home to Louisville to build websites. At Current360, Rob heads up our in-house production studio, creating all things digital for our clients — videos, commercials, radio spots, and a lot more. 

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