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For 3 years, I asked people whether they preferred their Pad Thais spicy or not, or which of our 44 sauces they wanted on their wings. For many of my customers, I was a part of their daily routine. For others, I was a verbal punching bag for their bad days. It is these raw and sometimes confusing experiences with everyday folk that strengthened my ability to empathize and adapt. I learned that while you can always exert your best, the creative servers who knew how to change their approach from one guest to another provided the best experiences.

As I begin my career in advertising, I apply the lessons I learned in the service industry into my brainstorming process. What makes me a valuable creative is my ability to empathize and adapt brands to their everyday audiences. I enjoy constantly reinventing my creative approach, and I delight in the challenge of never knowing what the job will throw at me on any given day.

Prior to attending Miami Ad School for Art Direction, I graduated from Florida International University with a BA in Communication Arts, a minor in art history and a certificate of German Language and Culture. In my free time, I dabble in illustration, hand lettering, and layout design.

New Blood Wood Pencil

D&AD 2020, Martini Time

Judges' Pick, Client Pick, and Best Creative

Indoor Recess, Twitch Rivals OFF STREAM

DAVID MIAMI (Sep 2019-March 2020)

Budweiser "Typical Americans"

Burger King, Halls US + Global

 

MIAMI AD SCHOOL (Sep 2018-Present)

 
 

How can I help?

786-661-6503. Miami, FL.

© Jelly Marasigan 2020

jellyamarasigan@gmail.com