Karma - to make up for all of the for-profit work I've done.
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Joe's 'getting stuff done' manifesto
Before creating QuallsBenson, Joe Qualls lent his creative flair and strong design esthetic to award-winning print, radio, television, and outdoor advertising campaigns for DIRECTV.
While serving as Executive Vice President and Creative Director of The Parkside Group, Joe's work played an essential role in the election of dozens of members of Congress, the New York State Senate, New York State Assembly, and New York City Council. He played a key role in helping endangered incumbents hold onto their seats, helping longshot challengers defeat entrenched officeholders, winning key open races, and using the power of mass communication to sway public opinion on the important issues of the day.
His work has been featured in the New York Times, has won over a dozen Pollies from the American Association of Political Consultants, an ADDY from the American Advertising Federation, a W3 Award for interactive design, as well as several Communicator Awards for branding and print design. In 2010, Joe Qualls was named on the Rising Stars: Forty Under Forty list by City Hall News.
Part of the movement for 2 years
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- Contributed to "Designer needed to help finish off the new brand identity for the renamed Wormwood Scrubs Prisoner Mentoring Scheme" on Wednesday 4th