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MOVERS and SHAKERS

Seeking People Who Crush Life

MUST LOVE DAD JOKES

Our team is tight-knit and nimble, with a collective design background and a remarkable breadth of skills between us. Our portfolio covers video, motion, print, and digital spaces, and we're looking for someone eager to learn on all fronts. Our interns have the opportunity to work on live client, internal, and conceptual work, plus participate in our community projects.

The ideal candidate would feel comfortable taking initiative as well as direction, working as part of a collaborative team, have a strong interest in video (with some experience), and identify with our common creative culture. While each experience is catered to the individual and their goals, all interns can expect exposure to the following opportunities for engagement:

  1. Video Production
  2. Motion Graphics
  3. Print Design
  4. Brand Management
  5. Content Strategy
  6. Copywriting
  7. Pitch Design
  8. Project Management
  9. Creative Concepting
  • When your compost client stops by with homegrown snacks. @suncoastcompost + @asimplerplace doing good things 🌏
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Did you know you can have all of your office food waste picked up each week and turned into luscious soil? Best part —@suncoastcompost does all the dirty work!
  • We’re looking for an experienced Producer / Project Manager to join our team. This position is client-facing, and requires someone who’s got the chops for video production and on-going brand management. Visit our company page on LikedIn (Roundhouse Creative Studio) to see the job posting!
  • We are very excited to be producing the orientation film for the new James Museum - an incredible collection of western and wildlife art. Opening soon and definitely worth a visit.
  • We love art, and we've got the windows to show it! Last night we hosted The Contemporaries Group from @mfastpete for a showcase of the drive-by window exhibit "HeadSpace" by artist Chasity Williams.
The drive-by gallery is a concept of ArtHouse3, who hopes to match artists with windows, and thus art with the community passing by. "HeadSpace" will be up through March 31st, so drive or walk by and get a closer look at this great work.
Thanks to all involved for helping art thrive in St. Pete!

Get a move on.