Louisville, Kentucky. (11/5/2012) – Behance.com’s International Portfolio Review week is coming to a close, but not before LEAP Agency hosted Cincinnati’s first-ever Behance event. The portfolio review allowed LEAP’s creative team to meet with some of the city’s upcoming talent and provide valuable and tangible feedback on their work.
“LEAP felt that a Behance Portfolio Review was a perfect opportunity to showcase our experience and interact with our local creative community,” said Brad Geiger, senior art director at LEAP. “Everyone on our creative team wanted to participate because the environment that Behance fosters is the same that we emulate in our office, one of supportive feedback. It’s the only way we get better.”
The event drew students from some of the areas most elite creative institutions including the Art Academy of Cincinnati, UC’s DAAP program and the School of Advertising Art.
“The event allowed us a platform to provide guidance on how to manage an interview, navigate a first internship and ultimately succeed in full-time position,” said Nathan Dye, senior writer at LEAP. “Behance gave us a great framework, and we were able to interject our advice and expertise in a way that was tangible and personal for each attending creative.”
The 2012 year proved to be a banner year for LEAP. The events they’ve thrown or participated in, along with over 70 awards for client work, and a growing staff are all contributing to their banner client roster.
Founded in 1999, LEAP Agency is a full-service digital agency offering a range of guidance to identify client needs and broaden strategic capabilities. Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, with a satellite office in Cincinnati, LEAP offers clients access to capabilities in SEO, PPC, social media, email marketing, mobile marketing, display media, media buying / planning, digital design, CMS, website development, research and analytics. Client list includes world-renowned names in the food + beverage, consumer product + retail, fashion + entertainment, healthcare and financial services industries.
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