May 2016

PIX-US Hires Annie Ferguson

PIX-US just added to its staff in three key areas: sales, creative and marketing. Annie Ferguson recently joined the team as the director of marketing. Annie worked as an editor for Pace, a content marketing agency in Greensboro for 12 years before joining PIX-US. Some of the accounts she worked on at Pace include United Airlines, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Verizon and Walmart. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism and international studies from Elon University. In her spare time, she enjoys writing for Greensboro’s O.Henry magazine. Annie is excited to increase PIX-US’s social media presence and get the word out about the services the company has to offer. “I’ve known Mark Wagoner’s work since I was just starting out in the industry more than a dozen years ago. There has always been an extra level of polish to the images from his studio compared to others I’ve seen,” Annie says.  “The PIX-US team produces stunning, technically sound images, and I’m proud to be associated with such an innovative group.”...

PIX-US Hires Alex Kay Kennerly

PIX-US just added to existing staff in three key areas—sales, marketing and creative. Meet Alex Kay Kennerly, our lead account executive. Alex Kay Kennerly, who has some serious design industry chops, grew up immersed in fabric and furniture as part of her family’s business, Design Concepts, based in High Point, N.C., and established in 1968. After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism (advertising sequence), she worked as a personal assistant and recruiter. Later she became a production manager and then account executive for a North Carolina design and photography studio. Alex is thrilled to become a part of the PIX-US team. A painter ever since she could hold a brush, Alex was attracted to the company because of the sheer beauty of the images it produces. It was the perfect opportunity for her to combine her passion for interior design, marketing, and sales. “I get a charge out of bringing a product to a company that could really benefit their business (and ours),” Alex says. “What’s most rewarding to me is to find a company that needs a visualizer like the one PIX-US offers and seeing the result on their website, where they can imagine any type of floor in their house or paint on their walls.”...

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