These prestigious awards were given to Impressions whq for the agency’s innovative and creative design work. Creative Director and owner of Impressions, Michelle Damiano and lead graphic designer Zack Sheffield led the team.
For The Pennsylvania State University Forensic Sciences program, Impressions created an innovative and unique brochure for the Master's program that will be used to recruit prospective students. The piece highlights the prestigious credentials of the program as well as faculty, staff, and research high points.
For The State Theatre, a local nonprofit, Impressions submitted a series of marquee posters that highlight the various shows and acts. Some of these works may be familiar to State College as they have been displayed around town over the past several months.
Creative Director and owner, Michelle Damiano, shared her pride and excitement about the awards.
“We've been producing great work for so long, it feels fantastic to be recognized by such a prestigious organization. I have an incredible team and it really is a joy to work collaboratively the way we do and produce the quality of work for our clients that creates results.”
For more information about the awards won or Impressions, feel free to contact Ellisse Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 814.234.1378.
About Impressions whq
Impressions whq is a full-service marketing & advertising agency specializing in branding, web, social media, PR, and event marketing. Founded in 1997, the State College-based business strives to connect brands and customers across all marketing mediums.
Creative Director and owner Michelle Damiano started Impressions with the mission and vision to provide clients with a full spectrum of marketing communications that are truly creative and make an emotional connection with their audience. Since its inception, the agency has continued to provide B2B and B2C clients with integrated and effective marketing that delivers the right message and produces results. For more information about Impressions or to see some of their work, please visit www.2impress.net.