ImagiNation with Brynn W Casey

ImagiNation with Brynn W Casey

Brynn was an art major in college and I learned the technical skills to be an "artist". What she didn't learn, though, was how to be a successful artist in today's world. She was lucky enough to intern/apprentice underneath a close friend who was about 5 years ahead in her career. After working for two years, Brynn felt confident to go out on her own and do the same. She has been a full time painter for over three years now.

ImagiNation with Jessica Levin

ImagiNation with Jessica Levin

Jessica Levin has lived and breathed advertising and marketing for over 20 years. She loves every conversation from digging into what brands stand for and where they differ. To Jessica, there are so many puzzle pieces to build as a plan rolls into place thinking about how the message can be translated to emails, social posts, blogs for a website. Jessica now works with teams to define their audience and customers.

ImagiNation with Mikhaela Pozhoga Slavik

ImagiNation with Mikhaela Pozhoga Slavik

Mikhaela started out exploring photography in a non-traditional high school, where she took college-like courses, focused on her desired career path. She went on to study photography at Boston University, a branch in Washington, DC. Mikhaela has been in the industry for 10 years and worked with magazines, weddings, real estate and many major corporate events.

ImagiNation with Maggie Bailey

ImagiNation with Maggie Bailey

Maggie Bailey, owner of Edgar-Reeves Lighting, started her career in the apparel industry, both on the retail and wholesale side. After 10+ years, she wanted a change. When Stephanie Reeves, who founded Edgar-Reeves, reached out to her to see if there was any chance she’d like to dive into lighting industry, Maggie joined the team and has never looked back.

ImagiNation with Carrie Morey

ImagiNation with Carrie Morey

Callie’s was born because Carrie’s mom, Callie, has always made the most incredible biscuits. After having her first daughter, Carrie had an ah-ha moment while watching her daughter make Callie’s recipe. It was then that Carrie knew they needed to share them with the world because they were too delicious just to keep within the family.