About

 
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Chris Fohlin / Principal

Chris Fohlin brings 10+ years of experience working with digital agencies, design firms, and technology companies, specializing in process optimization to maximize both internal operations and external reach. 

Chris focuses on getting the most out of existing assets while becoming an intimate partner in the identification and planning of new methods that play off a client's strengths and needs.

 

Philosophy

To leverage new and transformative technology, and a wide network of talented partners, to optimize a company's reach in the digital age.

To eliminate inefficiencies across all levels of a client's operations.

To be an accessible partner who invests in gaining an intimate understanding of both the client and the industry in which they operate.

To be transparent, protecting clients from predatory behaviors found within the world of digital marketing.

 

Roots

Beginning as a coder at Brooklyn Digital Foundry, Chris grew through multiple roles to assist in managing the firm's ongoing expansion. He provided project management and strategy guidance for clients across a variety of industries while assisting with internal operations. Chris later joined Vancouver-based design agency Engine Digital to assist in the launch of their New York office.

After eight years in New York City, Chris moved to Houston, Texas. He spent time as Managing Director for the design firm Formation before launching his own consultancy.

 
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Brand experience

Chris has worked with a variety of brands throughout his career including:

 

AA Studio
Alloy Development
American Folk Art Museum
American University in Cairo
Ascend Learning
Associated Press
AT&T AdWorks
Blue Man Group
Brooklyn Arts Council
Columbia University
DirecTV
Engine Digital
Field Notes

Katherine Patricia
Knox College
Leveraging Investments in Creativity (LINC)
New York Digital District
NUU Group
One Design Company
Pulltab Design
Samsung
Street Smarts VR
Tod Williams Billie Tsien
Wellesley College
Wettling Architects
Wheaton College