Let’s open 2021 with some new hire news! Creative agency Leviathan announces the addition of (pictured left to right) Account Manager Meg Miller, Art Director Mackenzie Suben, and Designer Morgan Itterly.
Prior to landing at Leviathan, Miller was a Digital Experience Project Manager at Gensler who specialized in integrating digital content into the architectural design process. Having earned her degree from the University of Georgia and launched her career at Framestore New York, she was an early member of the Digital team, which evolved into the Virtual Reality and Immersive Content Studio in 2013. Drawing on her work for brands including AT&T, HBO, Marriott, McDonald’s, Paramount and Samsung, Miller has a deep understanding of the content development process spanning multiple mediums and physical spaces.
“I love that my career has been built supporting the creative process, emerging technologies, and helping clients along the way,” Miller began. “Leviathan is an exciting place to continue doing just that. It’s a nimble team that can take a project from strategy through deployment, which means there is always a solution to offer. I’m excited to focus on client relations while driving clear concise communication across all projects.”
Highly accomplished as a visual designer focused on print, branding, and experiences, Suben has been a Brand Designer for Gensler in Chicago for the past two years. A Stony Brook University graduate with an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, her experience also includes working with Art Institute of Chicago and The Field Museum, and serving clients including Adobe, American Airlines, LinkedIn and Uber. Through her unique design process, Suben aims to design solutions that exercise consideration, cohesion, constraint, and integrity.
“What attracted me to Leviathan is the company’s multi-disciplinary approach,” Suben said. “There is so much potential that lies in the intersection of art, technology, and space. The possibilities are endless!”
Drawn to Leviathan by “the opportunity to work interdisciplinary and tell stories through interactive environments,” Itterly joins from VSA Partners, where she has been a Designer since 2019. She also continues to serve as Director of Engagement for the Chicago-based Society of Typographic Arts. At VSA Partners, Itterly was a key designer on an integrated suite of environmental, digital and print graphics for last year’s Global Financial Leadership Conference (GFLC), while also leading the redesign of GFLC’s app. She also helped shape the brand presence and digital ad campaigns for CME Group. Itterly earned her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.