Jeff’s hard working attitude was developed on a farm (seriously, he used to raise cows) and forged at some of the top agencies in the business. In 2017, Jeff struck out on his own and founded what would become Oyster Creative Collective.
Besides serving as the captain of our ship, he supervises and leads a team of art directors, designers and copywriters to deliver award winning ideas and creative.
During his career, Dan has served as a copywriter, media relations specialist, social media and digital strategist to clients across multiple industries.
In 2013, he was selected as PRSA Pittsburgh’s Rising Star, an award given to a young professional who has shown outstanding promise in the field of public relations. After his first year in business on his own, he was again honored by PRSA Pittsburgh as its first ever Entrepreneur of the Year.
Laura checks every box you want from an art director. But where she really excels is going beyond those checkmarks.
A natural leader who got her start at several top, highly-awarded creative shops, Laura refuses to compromise when it comes to her and her clients’ work.
Her passion for design and the creative arts extends outside the office, where she holds key roles in the AIGA and Creative Mornings.
Megan joined Oyster after serving at one of the top agencies in the biz.
Whether it’s working to come up with an idea that will resonate with the media or writing copy that will cause a reaction with the masses, Megan delivers results that all go right back to her namesake.
Her 9 to 5 is as an assistant professor of public relations and advertising at Point Park University, but she’s a member of our team 24/7.
Prior to joining the Point Park community, she was an assistant professor of corporate communications at Penn State, Fayette. She has taught at Pittsburgh universities including Duquesne, Carlow and Chatham.
She also has industry experience in advertising and has written for both magazine and newspaper — and as she tells her students — “yes, people still read them.”
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