LeapFrog Interactive, the digital agency, not the toy makers, has recently announced two additions to its Creative Department in the Louisville, Ky. office. Jeremy Reiss and Mike Brown joined LeapFrog Interactive, bringing a combined 23 years of experience in the advertising field. Mike Brown is the company’s new Senior Writer, while Jeremy Reiss is Senior Art Director.
Mike Brown has 12 years of experience in advertising, and is an award winning writer, with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from University of Kentucky and a Masters of Arts in Advertising from University of Texas. Brown has received over 80 Louie Awards, including the 2010 Louie Best in Show. He joined LeapFrog Interactive in April 2011.
Jeremy Reiss has 11 years of experience in advertising, and has a Bachelor of Arts in Art and Communications from Georgetown College and a Masters of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Savannah College of Art & Design. Reiss has received 90 Louie Awards in the past, and is a member of the Louisville Graphic Design Association. His portfolio includes design solutions for Churchill Downs, Louisville Slugger, Geek Squad, Louisville Science Center, The Filson Historical Society, and Minor League Baseball. He joined LeapFrog Interactive on March 2011.
The two strengthen the professional team of LeapFrog Interactive, and the abilities of the company, which is already known for its creative design and markeing solutions including websites, digital display, and social media. A reputed design agency, LeapFrog Interactive works with clients such as Sun Tan City, New York Life, McGraw-Hill, Sutter Home, Tommy Hilfiger, Graco and Texas Roadhouse.
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