Hailing from a “good-sized town” of Tulsa, Oklahoma came the meek and marvelous Julie Rowell.
In her final semester at OU, Renée Harriman landed an internship at a disruptive agency in OKC. Little did she know that pint-sized firm would become the marketing juggernaut known as VI Marketing and Branding. And perhaps no one could have predicted that Renée would become head honcho of VI's media department. No one, that is, but Tim Berney.
"Each time a woman stands up for herself, she stands up for all women," proclaimed Maya Angelou.
David Hinds is Oklahoma City.
You’d think a metropolitan area home to 1.3 million people couldn’t be personified into a single soul, but there stands David. At a staunch 6’6, he’s big. And with an easy-going attitude and warm personality, he’s friendly.
Erin Robinson doesn’t need super powers.
Her wit’s quicker than a speeding bullet. Her creativity’s more powerful than a locomotive. And her spirit is stronger than five Incredible Hulks combined (the Lou Ferrigno one more so than Mark Ruffalo’s portrayal).
As a VI Senior Art Director, Erin has been locally and nationally recognized for her strategic and creative brilliance, and she’s won too many awards to count. From art direction to graphic design, cocktail illustrations, wrapping paper design and more, her creative range is limitless. And her killer kindness and positive attitude always instill inspiration around the office.
To hear Jeff Bowman tell it, he’s got wayyyy too many hobbies. Turns out he just has wayyyy too many talents for a man his age, a modern-day Jeff-of-all-trades.
At VI, we are fanatical about story. We have become students of it, we study it and we apply it. We’re fond of telling our clients that “everyone has a story." And in reality, it’s probably an understatement.
Most people are passionate about something. Many people are passionate about several things. And then there’s Leslie Denner, who’s passionate about almost everything. Call it a passion for living.
Have you ever been in a bad customer service situation and thought to yourself, “It’s like the right hand doesn’t even know what the left hand is doing?” Me too, friend. Me too.
Sometimes you run across a guy who’s just “one of those guys.” They’ve done it all, done it better than everyone else, and then done some more. No matter how cool your life has been or how great your stories are, his are cooler and better.
When Caty Mills was a little girl, she had a couple of imaginary friends named Tony and Oscar. See, Caty dreamed of being on stage and on the silver screen.