A Fresh Crop of New atLargers
Fall really is the season of abundance, and we’ve got a cornucopia of talent to introduce. From programming prowess to project management mastery to word-slinging wizardry–it’s you who will reap the benefits of these new recruits.
A born-and-raised Florida girl, Autumn moved to New York to earn a Master’s degree in writing. Her combined powers of wordsmithery and organization, along with crafting skills and comic book nerdiness, landed her in a fancy New York skyscraper editing arts & crafts titles. But after a few years in the concrete jungle, she missed the white sands of her hometown. Now you’ll find her penning content masterpieces, reading on the porch, or baking something sweet for her fellow atLargers.
This local of Illinois learned the value of hard work early. A landscaping business in middle school helped him keep his double bass stringed and in tune. After earning a degree in business management from the University of Tampa, Eliott combined his business-smarts and social-savvy to start up his own social media initiative. Whether it’s playing bass, Foosball tournaments, or creating innovative marketing strategies, Eliott believes in continually challenging himself. The ultimate overachiever, this client partner won’t rest until he’s the best.
A Detroit native who loves alternative music and video games as much as software engineering, Jason keeps things fun even when deadlines are tight and stakes are high. He approaches client challenges differently, seeking to understand the why as well as the how. He’s worked as a lead developer, software engineer, and an instructor at Westwood College of Technology. His positive attitude and sense of humor are bonus points to his boss-level programming skills. He still enjoys making, and playing, video games.
Born in Lancashire and a graduate of West London University, Martin moved to the Big Apple to work in the advertising industry. His insightful and intuitive understanding of business strategy and calm-under-pressure personality helped him represent clients in a variety of industries, from fashion to video game publishing. When he’s not discovering new creative marketing solutions, you may find him tending his bonsai trees.
There are career opportunities ripe for the pickin’ here at atLarge. Could you be our next newbie? Don’t be shy. Check out our open positions now.