Doug started posterGiant in 2000 — long before Seattle lifted its ban on street-level postering. That vision, along with a sense of perfection and work ethic honed by years of production and touring experience, that has made posterGIANT the place to go for clients like Nike, Tidal, and the Seattle Sounder, who are looking to connect with the public on a grassroots level.
With an all around knowledge of posterGIANT, Tamera Cox is an essential part of the PG operations team. Whether assisting other team members with marketing, or dealing with and solving client questions, Tamera is always at the ready to make things happen. Outside of work, you will most likely find Tamera kickboxing, weight lifting, or checking out a new restaurant.
A native of Seattle, Brennan has always been creative, and pursued music and design from a young age. He has worked at the Seattle Weekly, took part in the 2015 Tech Stars accelerator program, and currently does all things design for posterGIANT. He spends his free time writing music for his band, Peyote Ugly or working on his vintage motorcycle.
Lorri was born and raised in Oklahoma (but totally hates the Thunder), and has over 18 years of experience in Business Development, Accounting, Audit, Tax, and Information Security. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, wine tasting, and spending time with her family and friends. Lorri is also a business coach, and proud member Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
A native New Yorker, Duuna has lived and worked in Washington for over 20 years. She comes to posterGIANT with extensive experience at companies like Bon Apetite, On Safari Foods, and Starwood Hotels, as well as several non-profit organizations. Dunna is also a grandmother, a personal chef, and currently coordinates food services at First Church in Seattle.
A former senior editor at Thrillist, and a veteran of dozens of political campaigns, Brad has a master’s degree in public affairs from the University of Washington (look at the big brain on Brad!), and tells pretty much every one he meets how he was there when Pearl Jam opened for Cheap Trick at The Crocodile back in ’98.
At posterGIANT our mission is to provide marketing and promotional services that get results for our clients, help to create an authentic connection between our clients and the public, and that improve the aesthetics of the cities where we work. Our creative, experienced, and professional staff will always respect the vision of the businesses we represent, the environment, and our community.
Here at posterGIANT we value the communities we work in, and strongly believe in the power of giving back. Whether we’re raising money and awareness for Operation Ward 57, sponsoring advertising for our favorite off beat sports league, raising awareness for cancer research events, or promoting events to help find homes for our favorite four legged fury friends, we believe every little bit helps.
We are also committed to keeping our community looking good, which is why when we put up posters, we only post in appropriate locations, we are meticulous about posting in a professional and attractive way, and we make a concerted effort to clean up after ourselves. If we do things right, we believe the work we do can enhance our community. That’s why posterGIANT strives to get things right for our clients, our neighbors, and ourselves every time.