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NATE WINSTANLEY

PRESIDENT, FOUNDER

Nate deploys his super powers to strategize and implement cohesive, unilateral marketing plans. If you want to set him talking, ask him about the Peace Corps.

RALPH FRISINA

VP, CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Ralph wandered into the agency in 1988 and has been piloting the ship with insane devotion ever since. He’s the artistic motor behind our high standards.

MICHAEL COAKLEY

VP, ACCOUNT SERVICES

Golfers at our largest outdoor accounts have been beating him for decades. Just kidding – he lets them win (at least off the course). Which is good.

ANNETTE RAGAN

ACD / COPYWRITER

For a dozen years I’ve hidden messages for the Mothership under all my punctuation. So far, no contact. Hope is dwindling.

DAVID MORRISON

ART DIRECTOR

Dave somehow teaches young designers the ropes with the patience of Job, yet still finds time to make his own work shine. We suspect leprechaun magic.

PATRICK CONSOLATI

CFO

He writes the checks. Pat is a handsome, charming and generous fellow with the admiration of us all. And that’s all there is to say.

ERIN CATHARINE

JR COPYWRITER

We lured this girl away from the fine state of Virginia to make her into one of us. Soon her indoctrination will be irreversibly complete. And her little dog, too.

LESLIE CEDER

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

Few people on earth can keep up with Leslie, in speech or on long walks. After a dozen years, we’re still waiting for her to get tired. No luck so far.

HOLLY TERRY

PRODUCTION MANAGER, INTERACTIVE

Don’t get in Holly’s way. She gets things done. And now that she’s taken up running, she can catch you – so be nice.

JEANNE ZANETTI

Vice President of Technology

Jeanne’s the calm facing a constant storm of crazy demands. With past links to Defense Systems, it’s no wonder nobody messes with her. She also sings.

Brian Healey

Web Developer

One day Brian woke up and was totally hipster cool, without even noticing or changing his sweater. Technology is odd like that.

Gene Hyatt

Software Engineer

He’s happy a lot. Even in the morning. But since he’s so good at that techie stuff, and patient with the rest of us – we’re too grateful to question it.

Brandon MacDonald

Software Engineer

Brandon’s a pretty mellow, nice guy – on the outside. Inside he’s a full-on digital-ninja, programming, evil-genius kind of experience. Maybe.

CHERYL LEWIS

Vice President

Never feed her after midnight. Cheryl’s energy level is slightly above normal. We could (and perhaps should) power a small town with it. Or city.

CARROL PATIN

Project Manager

Don’t even think of teasing him about his name or taking away his Orange Tang® – he’s bigger than you. But for attention to detail, he’s your man.

GIGI YABLONSKY

Proofreader

Gigi is currently being investigated for learning how to do too many things. Meanwhile, she continues obsessing over putting little dots in all our text.

SUSAN GAGE

Traffic Manager/AE

In her file cabinet, in a clearly labeled folder, is a printout. It will always be there. If you borrow it… copy it and put it back within two minutes – or else. Trust me.

JACLYN STEVENSON

Director of Public Relations

Jac keeps our social in the media and the press in print. With her web of influence, you can hear her voice just about everywhere – and should.

CONTACT

EMAIL

info@winstanley.com

PHONE

413.637.9887

ADDRESS

114 Main St. Lenox MA 01240

CAREERS

This is the woodland portion at the left of the rectangle-y state of Massachusetts. That means we play for keeps. There aren’t ten freelancers and a new position across the street at every moment. If we hire you, we need you. Right here. Every day. Except some weekends and evenings plus the occasional holiday. This makes the team tight. It also makes hiring a bigger challenge. Our creatives sometimes escape to the big city after filling their book. So far we can’t legally stop them… so far. What more can anyone ask?

ABOUT

There are people who were clients in 1986 who are clients again this year – even though they've changed industries, sometimes more than once. That's a superior kind of award right there. We have the other kinds, too. They make a nice excuse for cocktails. They make our partners and resumes look impressive to those who care about such things.

We've helped create and build brands, create new products and revive old ones – by hand. Every hand. All hands. In a nutshell, the things we’re good at, you're probably not. That's why we're here. We're in this for the adventure of mutual success.

Do we do X or Y? Yes. All of it. We do it. We've done it. We'd like to do more of it. Including everything labeled “new.” We also have a sister company that specializes in teaching and training. Ready?