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Entertainment publicist with experience on and Off-Broadway, in opera, dance, publishing
August 2009 – present
Savannah College of Art and Design, Director of Special Media Relations Initiatives, Savannah, GA
Responsible for creating and implementing strategic public relations and marketing plans; securing exposure for the college in trade, local, regional, national and international print, electronic and on-line media; developing and maintaining relationships with key media; creating and overseeing innovative and media attention-getting initiatives; researching, writing and distributing press releases. Responsible for Schools of Fashion and Department of Performing Arts, among others.
April 2000 – August 2009
Rubenstein Associates, Senior Vice President, New York, NY
Responsible for creating and implementing strategic public relations and marketing plans for institutions and events; working closely with clients to create public relations and marketing opportunities; writing and placement of column items and media releases. Clients included Metropolitan Opera, Tony Award-winning “Spring Awakening,” films with Lionsgate Films, National Geographic Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Madonna’s children book series, New Year’s Eve in Times Square.
April 1999 – March 2000
Barlow Hartman PR, Publicist, New York, NY
Handled public relations for variety of Broadway and Off-Broadway shows including “The Wild Party,” David Parsons Dance Company and Arthur Miller’s “The Ride Down Mt. Morgan.”
April 1995 – April 1999
Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Publicist, New York, NY
In charge of the media outreach for Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, dance performances and book launches. Clients included Manhattan Theater Club (mainstage, second stage, education programs), the Tony Award-winning plays “Beauty Queen of Leenane,” “Having Our Say” and “The Last Night of Ballyhoo,” Sam Shepard’s “Buried Child,” August Wilson’s “Seven Guitars,” the 25th anniversary production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Company,” among others.