Who We Are

Carol Keys
Marketing Communications Creative Director
Carol Keys is an award-winning creative director whose individual talents extend to graphic artist, writer/producer, talent negotiator, musician, photographer and brand evangelist. Her client roster lists numerous high-profile companies; within the medical industry, they include McKesson Corporation, Stryker Spine and Stryker Biotech. Within the telecom and wireless arenas they include AirTouch Communications, AT&T Wireless, Bytemobile, and Pacific Bell. Other clients include Easter Seals, Plantronics, Equity Administration Solutions, Inc., and Basic American  Foods.

Whether she’s creating the perfect environment for a new product launch, branding an employee program, producing a sales meeting for 1000+ attendees, or building an electronic direct mail campaign, Carol is a hands-on leader with a sense of humor and a propensity for calm and clarity under pressure. She is skilled in managing all aspects of production, budget development and maintenance, and contract negotiations with outside suppliers on her clients' behalf.

Tom Joyce
Senior Designer, Art Director

As a designer and art director, Tom Joyce is a household name at most of San Francisco’s large advertising agencies.

In addition to branding identities, Consumer, B2B, and Direct Marketing communications and advertising for a wide variety of corporate and nonprofit clients, Tom has designed numerous books, posters, magazines, brochures, and CDs for clients such as: Adobe Software, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, Intel-Kodak, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, 3Com, THX LucasFilm, Viacom, Yahoo, Blue Shield of California, Bank of America, Bank of California, Charles Schwab, Citibank, Wells Fargo Bank, Visa, The Gap, Port of Oakland, Golden Gate Transit, City of Palo Alto.

Tom earned a BFA degree from Philadelphia College of Art in 1973, and his professional awards include the Cannes Silver Lion, the Clio, several Advertising Club of New York awards for broadcast; as well as Western Art Director’s Club, Art Direction Magazine, Caples, and Andy Awards for print.

Brian Willis
Senior Designer, Art Director

Brian Willis has more than 20 years design experience doing it all: directing and managing design teams and processes; designing identity systems for products, corporate events, corporate marketing programs, (both print and electronic); designing tradeshow and promotional items, sales and promotion tools including guides, kits, and brochures; designing and developing corporate web sites and flash-based demos.

Brian has designed POS, packing and print projects for such companies as Nike, HP, Coca-Cola, HiC, and Sony PlayStation, and has designed and implemented web sites for Bytemobile. First Data, WebX, and Western Union.

Greg Lee
Senior Designer

Greg Lee has more than 30 years of graphic design experience comprising
collateral, advertising, corporate communications, direct mail, trade shows,
special events, and packaging. Through myriad business and consumer
projects, Greg has provided outstanding results for clients including Adobe
Systems Incorporated, Aspect Communications, BroadVision, ReadyGo, Santa
Clara University, Stereo Unlimited, Raychem Corporation, Bytemobile;
SanDisk, Financial Engines, and Tyco Electronics.

In addition to design work, Greg has been a key contributor in naming
corporate, product, and market-based offerings.

Rusty Munro

Rusty Munro may be fresh out of art school, but Academy of Art University missed him so much, they invited him back to teach a digital arts class. He’s a fresh, young, hot designer who describes himself as having “a ridiculous obsession for design and technology.”

Rusty also has a passion for San Francisco, and has honored his adopted city by designing a wonderful campaign for sfvisitor.org that included the “Everything Within 7 Square Miles” campaign logo, outdoor posters, website redesign and ads for San Francisco Magazine. Rusty also designed the logo, outdoor posters and brochure for the San Francisco Ballet’s 75th Anniversary Season.

This young man is definitely at the top of his class.