Courtney is a digital producer, which means she’s the liaison between our digital designers and their clients. Think of her as the symphony conductor who makes sure all the parts of a digital experience come together just right to achieve the desired effect.
She began her career at MaxMedia, starting as an intern and advancing through various roles that led to program management over almost seven years. Her clients included The Home Depot, The Weather Channel, Tempur-Pedic and AT&T, for which she managed notable high-profile projects. If you’ve stepped inside AT&T’s 24,000-square foot flagship store in San Francisco, you’ve seen the 69 ever-changing screens composed of digital content created by Courtney and her team. Each year, the team was responsible for delivering 4,500 pieces of AT&T content for 119 displays and 18 distinct experiences.
One of her proudest moments was concepting and overseeing the installation of AT&T’s submission to the 2015 Michigan Avenue Store Window contest promoting The Art Institute of Chicago. This work was awarded Fan Favorite and Most Engaging Display by Michigan Avenue Magazine. Her projects have also been awarded Content of the Year Gold Award, as well as a Silver ADDY. In addition, her Home Depot Style Guide project was showcased as a “Featured App” in the iTunes App Store.
Courtney earned a B.A. in Advertising from The University of Georgia, graduating magna cum laude in 2012. If she’s not strategizing at JS, Courtney is likely strategizing her upcoming wedding or frolicking around Atlanta with her 5-month-old rescue puppy, Riggins.