As a Website Producer, Paul is the client’s primary contact. He works hand-in-hand with clients to guide their projects from conception to completion, and beyond. Paul firmly believes that the most successful website projects result from spirited collaboration between client and agency – so he does whatever he can to facilitate the exchange of ideas.
Paul has been working as a project manager in the marketing arena for over six years. Most recently, he worked as a producer at a web development agency focused on startups and fast-growing consumer brands. While there, Paul managed projects for a variety of companies, ranging from a well-known coffee company to a scientific research firm. In a previous life, Paul worked at a college where, in addition to marketing and communication responsibilities, he was tasked with nurturing a community of alumni.
Paul started his career in public relations, and he's carried the role of storyteller with him ever since. He's always looking for the most creative ways to make your point in today’s world of information overload. Lately, he’s obsessed with infographics and interactive storytelling. Favorites include the work of info-visualization genius Nicolas Feltron, ProPublica’s The Year in Visual and Interactive Storytelling, and the cutting-edge work that NYTimes.com is doing in this arena.
Paul has always had an interest in visiting new places, whether sleepy little towns or big cities in other countries. He recently visited Amsterdam, where (he claims) his greatest sin was excessive waffle consumption. His next trip is to Louisiana, where he’s looking forward to eating some jambalaya and meeting an alligator. On the following trip, he will head to Montreal, in search of poutine (one of his all-time-favorite foods).