We’re an international, intergenerational, opinionated ragtag group of relentless dreamers and designers. We also like each other, a lot. Which helps when you are at work, a lot.
Under Megan’s stewardship, the firm creates compelling, award-winning work for a range of clients. In 2019, Flood was awarded Person to Watch by Graphic Design USA. Megan is a regular guest speaker at her alma mater, University of Michigan School of Art & Design, and Parsons The New School for Design. The 24-hour/365-day-a-year commitment that comes with running the business is nothing compared to running after young sons Hayden and Rhys the other 24-hour/365-days-a-year.
Hannah has driven projects for Mercedes-Benz, LG, No Labels and Ford. Hillier’s passion for visual storytelling is evident in her work. Hillier’s work has been featured in Graphic Design USA, USA Today, the State of the Union Address and HOW Magazine. Hannah hails from Traverse City, the cherry capitol of the world — which might explain her love for polka dancing. Or does it?
An oldie but goodie. Been working in PR, marketing, branding and then some since the late 80s. Cut her teeth working for big agencies, small firms and global brands before finally opening her own eponymous firm, Maloney + Fox. She eventually sold her business to Waggener Edstrom (now WE) and returned to her Ogilvy roots as a Managing Director/Creative Director. As a good Jew, she has given up heels for lent. A proud Jumbo (Go Tufts) and a lucky London School of Economics graduate student (yes, they do give MAs in history) — Fox takes work very seriously — but never herself.
Adrienne Hugh is a designer born in LA, bred in Hong Kong and Shanghai, and based in New York. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, she is passionate about branding, illustration, and packaging design, and is always looking for ways to broaden her creative horizons. A wannabe tea-snob who’s constantly on the move, you can often find her wandering the city with bubble tea in hand. She is particularly glad that the office is located in bubble tea heaven — otherwise known as Korea Town.
Adrianna is an artist and designer, raised in Michigan and based in Brooklyn. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Her graphic and textile design work focuses on storytelling, identity, and sustainability through the use of multiple media. When not in the studio, she’s always at concerts, traveling, and checking off visiting all National Parks.
Amber Lin is a designer from Orange County, California. She graduated from Boston University in 2019 with a BFA in Graphic Design. Her interests lie in art direction, motion, branding, editorial, and illustration. She strives to make art that is expressive, thought provoking, and experimental. In her free time, she likes to check out local hotspots with her Canon AE-1 film camera, see the newest movies in theaters, or just chill at home with a cup of hot tea, wasabi rice crackers, and lychee jellies.
Carolyne Rota is Marine Lane’s billing and operations manager. Carolyne is a graduate of Penn State University and received her Masters at NYU.
A weed-puller, dog-feeder and mail-getter by the age of 8, David has since gone on to work as a busboy, journalist, adman, marketer, and TV writer. After serving a 15-year sentence in Hollywood, David now resides back on the East Coast with his wife and daughter. Dave’s sole professional purpose is to do a good job; his ego is never wrapped up in his work beyond his ability to deliver for clients. Which he’s done for household names like Amazon, Microsoft, Ford, American Express and beyond. Websites, speeches, books, collateral, campaigns and creative strategy, and all the stuff in between. Dave’s not in it for fame. He’s not in it for glory. Is he a hero? That’s for history to decide. Dave just likes to write. In fact, he wrote this bio all by himself!
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