Kevyn is a passionate hands-on creative director and pop culture addict with a strong background in branding, art direction, copywriting, strategy, video production, new business development, UX/UI, digital design and social media.
He was the creative director at Dalton Agency for 17 years and was responsible for leading many of the largest accounts including multiple McDonald’s co-ops, Change Healthcare, the American Heart Association, New York Life Investments, Susan G. Komen, Zoo Atlanta, and others.
Kevyn is ready to bring his award-winning creativity and extensive management experience to a full-time opportunity. Contact Hire Profile at 404-806-2285 to schedule an interview with Kevyn today!
Q: Please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I love advertising. Branding. And Design. I love analyzing it. I love creating it. I love the fact that every day there is something new to be learned and something old that can be improved upon. That approach has allowed me to stay current while our industry changes every day.
In my last role as a hands-on senior vice president/creative director, I helped grow the agency from 25 people to over 100 through my involvement in its new business efforts and management team. As someone who is always looking on how our business should evolve, I played an important role in building the social media and digital department, the video production division and a branding practice at Dalton during those years. These are just a few ways I had an impact on the agency, its clients and the bottom line.
I’ve worked across a wide range of client categories; including retail, QSR, healthcare, finance, sports marketing, technology, non-profit and others. Because of that diverse experience, I have a strong background in branding, art direction, copywriting, strategy, video production, new business development, UX/UI, digital design and social media.
When I am not working, I’m enjoying time with my family and devouring pop culture.
Overall my career has been smooth, I am in my element working and solving business and client problems. The biggest struggle I’ve faced is this recent search for my next position. I thought with my temperament, talent, and experience it would be easier than it has been.