Jessica Scillia joins SWBR as 2017 fall creative intern
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Do you possess an eye for design?
We are looking for an agency experienced Art Director to translate marketing and branding strategies into innovative and impressive campaigns that stimulate targeted audiences. B-to-b experience a plus.
Applicants should have hands on experience in a fast paced, team environment with brand development, typography, color, web design and best practices, print production, and photography/video direction. Must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite and familiar with wire-framing tools like Sketch and InVision. If you have the relevant education with an awareness of digital media and evolving platforms, you are the right candidate for the job.
We offer competitive salaries, 401(k), profit sharing, comprehensive health benefits and, most importantly, some really great co-workers.
Please upload your resume along with salary history and your portfolio and/or website link.
What started as a branding challenge evolved into a full-blown integrated advertising campaign featuring photography, print and digital ads, billboards, video, TV and radio.
St. Luke’s University Health Network tapped us to raise the profile of the eastern Pennsylvania health care powerhouse’s orthopedic offerings in a competitive market — everything from joint replacement and physical therapy to rheumatology and sports performance.
Our solution? A campaign featuring the tagline, “Extraordinary Care in Motion,” and anchored by the words of Dr. William G. De Long, chairman of orthopedic surgery and sports medicine in a series of videos, including this overarching St. Luke’s Orthopedic Care brand video:
Dr. De Long’s full-length video was split into 30-second television commercials.
Additionally, the “Extraordinary Care in Motion” campaign profiled more than 15 orthopedic doctors specializing in everything from joint reconstruction to family sports medicine to orthopedic trauma. The campaign highlights St. Luke’s “cut-last” surgical approach, convenience and accessibility.
Efforts launched in February 2017 with digital and social media advertising. In March and April, print ads, videos, billboards, and radio and television commercials followed, engaging with health care consumers across the Lehigh Valley, Poconos and parts of western New Jersey.
Sr. Art Director Annemarie Dodenhoff led the campaign’s creative concepts and development. Photo and video shoots were held at St. Luke’s state-of-the-art Anderson Campus in Easton, Pa., with the help of John Sterling Ruth Studio.
It was an absolute blast working with the St. Luke’s team on this campaign.