A passionate and excited learner available and interested in the next big thing.
DIGITAL ART DIRECTOR
My passion lies in concepting and brainstorming. I love thinking big and seeing where the team can go with it. Collaborating is also a love, working with other creatives, keeps me inspired and motivated.
UX/UI Design, sitemaps, and wireframes.
Brainstorming, sketching, collaborating on concepts.
Videos, art direction, and campaign concepts.
Coming up with digital campaigns with 360° attitudes.
Krissy Porter is a multi-disciplinary digital art director and mother of one. She gained her BFA from Moore College of Art and Design in 2005 and has since had the privilege of working for a variety of companies/agencies and clients including most recently E. & J. Gallo Winery, Fred Meyer, Portland Jazz Festival, Origany
and many more.
- Digital Art Director
WHAT COWORKERS SAY
"As design director at Gallo, I hired Krissy to join our digital design studio. When hiring, I look for individuals who are trustworthy, easy to talk with, thrive in highly collaborative environments and are excellent designers - such as Krissy. I could always count on Krissy to get the job done and make quick judgement calls.
Krissy is very adaptable, customer-focused and excels in conceptualization and defending creative when needed. Krissy’s enthusiasm and great sense of humor made for an energized work environment. I wouldn’t hesitate to hire her again. Krissy would be a fantastic asset to any creative team."
Curt Quentien / ADOBE
Krissy is passionate, motivated and truly cares about the work she contributes to the company. She is highly motivated and ready to get the job done.
Anonymous / E.J. Gallo Winery
Krissy is a talented designer and a dream to work with. I'm extraordinarily lucky to have had the pleasure of art directing her at two different studios.
Kathy Mueller / Assistant Professor of Advertising Art Direction/ Temple University
A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add,
but when there is nothing left to take away.
- Antoine de Saint-Exupery