Revolving Door: Attik Keeps Expanding

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Once again, the agency, Attik (the one in New York), has picked up a couple more people, expanding their roster by four in just a couple of weeks. Things must be going well for the newly returned ad and design shop. In this round, it’s Paul Miller, coming on board as a design director, and Sunjin Kim as a designer. And yes, once again, it’s a case of “How’d they get that job?…oh, okay, I see.” Talk about experience. Here’s their scoop:

On Miller:

Paul Miller is a 1993 BFA Communication Arts and Design graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University who spent the past two years as a freelance designer based in Washington, DC…From 2001 through 2003, he was AKQA’s design director…creative and design responsibilities for projects for the Smithsonian Institute, Harley Davidson, AT&T and Greenpeace. Prior to that, [he also worked with clients] Swissair, Nissan, Infiniti, Radisson, WPP, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Discovery Channel, DuPont and the National AIDS Fund, among many others. He has been honored with awards from The Art Directors Club, AIGA DC, The New York Festivals, Omni Intermedia, NewMedia Invision Awards and Print Magazine.

And on Kim:

A 1995 BFA Graphic Design graduate of Pennsylvania’s Moore College of Art and Design, Sunjin Kim studied under the direct tutelage of renowned designers Armin Hoffman, Pierre Mendell, Paul Rand and Wolfgang Weingart…er professional experience includes creative/art direction and design contributions to Philadelphia-based Gyro Worldwide and 32…She has also served as a professor, lecturer and senior communication professional at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. Her work [has appeared in] Yen Magazine, P.I.E. Books, The Rethink Redesign Reconstruct Book, Step Magazine, Altpick and Shift. She also earned a 2003 Gold Art Director’s Club Award for Package Design.