Emily Scott joins Fuzion Communications as Senior Graphic Designer

Emily Scott joins Fuzion Communications as Senior Graphic Designer

Fuzion Communications have announced the appointment of Emily Scott to the role of Senior Graphic Designer at the award-winning communications and creative agency.

Emily joins the creative team at Fuzion and in doing so brings with her a wealth of experience in visual communications. A native of Minneapolis in the US, Emily has gained both agency and in-house experience working on a variety of projects with SMEs to large US brands including retail giant Target, where she held the position of Art Director within Target Creative, Target’s in-house creative agency.

Emily has also worked on design and art direction for clients in the food and beverage industry as well as a number of non-profits from the performing arts to education and family service sectors.

Emily graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communication; Minoring in both Business Administration and New Media from Seattle Pacific University in Washington State.

Commenting on her appointment, Emily said, “I am delighted to join the Fuzion design team who have a long track record of delivering successful creative design solutions for clients. I am very much looking forward to working with my new colleagues, bringing my own experience to the team and adding to this success for our clients.”

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