Chicago woman-owned post house Hootenanny has a new creative editor on its roster. Adam Bruno comes to Hootenanny after a decade of freelance publishing for numerous Chicago post houses and advertising agencies.
Most recently, he worked full-time as an editor at a local agency in Chicago. He has a diverse background working with clients large and small such as Burger King, Cars.com, John Deere and Cleveland Clinic, to name a few.
Bruno looks forward to applying his unique skills and professional values to the new opportunities that Hootenanny will provide. “As a freelancer, I enjoyed being a reliable asset to my circle of clients. If the stakes were high and the deadlines were fast, they knew they could call me and not have to worry,” he says. “I am delighted to be at Hootenanny so that I can offer the same service to a wider network.”
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‘We’ve known Adam since the start of his career,’ says Hootenanny owner Liz Tate. “Adam has such a great mix of technical and creative expertise. We feel so lucky to be able to bring him on board and introduce him to our clients.
Outside of his professional life, Bruno is a devoted father and husband, cigar connoisseur and avid skateboarder – which initially led him to pursue a career in film and video editing.
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