Mangos is on the move. We’re building out and putting the finishing touches on our new office in Conshohocken. In addition to the new address, we’ve also made several strategic new hires in the areas of Brand Development, Creative and New Media to complement our existing team and accommodate our evolving client mix.
Kevin Couch, Creative Director
Kevin’s talent for distilling complex ideas into compelling creative that inspires, moves and motivates has shaped brands including Coca-Cola, Sperry Top-Sider, Ritz Carlton and local favorite, Geno’s Steaks. The partnership of Kevin and long-standing Creative Director, Justin Moll, has exponentially expanded our creative firepower. Together, they manage a growing team and client roster. Kevin’s name is inscribed on the requisite Addy, Clio, O’Toole and Radio Mercury Awards.
Tracy Nenna Shinko, Senior Art Director
Sometimes you get incredibly lucky and find a talent like Tracy before someone else scoops her up. She has packed her enviable 15-year career with an impressive string of award-winning campaigns for dream clients like Southern Comfort, Campbell’s Soup and Cover Girl. And as far as we’re concerned, she’s just getting started. Tracy is equally comfortable filling the digital or terrestrial space with brilliant and beautiful creative. She’s also on a first-name basis with Woody Kay.
Bryan Thompson, Designer
Creative. Passionate. Thoughtful. Tireless. Open to ideas. Eager to please. Rec league hockey legend. Bryan brings a lot to the table. A graduate of University of the Arts in Philadelphia, his easygoing personality (mahalo, bro!) and instinctive design sense are a welcome complement to the creative team and the energetic vibe of our new office. Not to mention his diverse skills in photography, graphic design, animation, video and rich media.
Carroll Borodynko, Digital Project Manager
Carroll’s extensive background in digital project management, along with her impeccable attention to detail, was apparent (and appreciated) pretty much the moment she walked through the door. She brings the discipline, organization and guidance essential to the success of large-scale websites and social media programs. Even more impressive is her ability to serve as a communications conduit between creative, UI/UX designers and developers. She speaks the universal language required to transform Mangos’ creative vision into digital reality. And she makes it look easy.
“We’re excited about where we are—both geographically and strategically,” remarks Bradley Gast, Principal and Chief Creative Officer. “We’re not just growing the team, we’re calibrating our staff, skills and capabilities to powerfully position Mangos to do our best work. Ultimately, it’s about having even more horsepower to help our clients build their brands.”