In early December I had the pleasure of working with Clint White and Sean Keepers of WiT Media (an arts and cultural communications agency in New York) on a new campaign for The National Museum of Women in the Arts. The project celebrates the museum’s 25th anniversary year in DC with an ‘art lovers’ campaign featuring noteworthy people and a singular work from the collection that resonates with them and keeps them coming back to this major institution in the middle of downtown Washington.

The first go-round included Carla Hall (star of ANC’s The Chew and Top Chef alum), Chakaia Booker (nationally recognized sculptural artist whose It Is So Hard To Be Green was first shown at the 2000 Whitney Biennial), Heather and Tony Podesta (major Washington collectors), Andrea Roane (prominent DC television anchor) and Pace Communications CEO Bonnie McElveen-Hunter among others. The print campaign is just breaking and will have extensive exposure in transit and publication venues across the Mid-Atlantic region.