Small Giants, LLC., a rapidly growing creative marketing agency in Phoenix and Denver, has hired Jana Berrelleza as Art Director and Audrey Hall as senior graphic designer to serve commercial real
estate, architecture, construction and engineering clients.
“The addition of Jana to our team formalizes the leadership we have been striving for with an Art Director. She, Audrey and the rest of the creative team are taking a very collaborative approach to the way we deliver all projects, resulting in a combination of strategy, design and messaging that works powerfully together,” said Danielle Feroleto, founder and president of Small Giants.
As Art Director, Berrelleza will be leading the creative team in the strategic branding and creative efforts for collateral, websites and ad campaigns. With more than a decade of experience, she has guided, designed and produced over 100 niche industry brands, including magazines and collateral. Berrelleza earned a Bachelor of Science in Visual Communication from the College of Architecture and Design at Arizona State University.
“I am excited to guide the Small Giants team through the entire design process from laying out big picture plans to focusing on details,” said Berrelleza. “Small Giants is in a pivotal place for exponential growth and I believe my background and their solid reputation in the industry will be a great combination to achieve very ambitious plans in the future.”
As senior graphic designer, Audrey Hall specializes in layout, digital and web design. Audrey has eight years of design experience working with real estate clients, including a home builder and commercial brokerage firm. She earned a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the University of Arizona with an emphasis in Visual Communication.
“I look forward to collaborating with the design team to create meaningful, targeted content with effective designs,” said Hall. “As a designer, I value being able to help clients not only create content that drives their business goals and tells the story that is uniquely their own.”