What You Do: Concept and art direct/design anything from TV and print to banner ads. Manage photo shoots. Work well alone, with a partner and with others on your client team. Find opportunities to make great work on projects large and small. Design beautifully crafted presentations to sell your ideas. Present your work internally and occasionally to clients. Turn feedback into even better work. Juggle multiple projects and deadlines without dropping the ball
What You'll Learn: How to make, sell and produce fully integrated projects that check all the boxes
What You Have:
- 2-4 years of advertising experience and the skills to match
- Some production familiarity
- Comfort presenting your ideas internally
- Portfolio website with multiple examples of art directions and concepting, including produced work
- A willingness to learn and a can-do attitude
- Razor sharp eye for design, typography, photography
- A proactive, self motivated, and dependable work ethic
- Strong attention to detail
- Passion for advertising and staying up to date on the latest greatest work
- Enough cultural fluency to make work that connects with a diverse range of people and an eagerness to learn more
Expertise in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator BONUS POINTS for Adobe After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, Cinema 4D
What Makes You a GSD&Mer:
- Community -- You're always happy to pitch in when someone needs you.
- Curiosity -- You ask questions and do the research to learn more about your clients' business, new technologies, social trends and more.
- Freedom & Responsibility -- You get the job done right and don't need a babysitter. Integrity -- If you need to ask, you don't have it. Restlessness -- Never satisfied with just okay, you always look for ways to make things better.
- Winning -- You produce work you're proud of and continuously grow as a creative.
GSD&M Austin Office
First and Foremost: Create award winning work that grows our clients business. Who You Are: An idea machine who can take a creative brief and run with it (and keep running and then run some more)