Carolyn is a creative director/writer/idea-generator/problem-solver/content-creator/
strategic thinker who’s made a career of writing provocative, conceptual ad-stuff for people who are relatively comfortable communicating in exceptionally long sentences. Inspired by early American women’s print for Nike and the show “thirtysomething”, Carolyn has been created emotionally-charged advertising at agencies like DDB, FCB, McGarry Bowen and
Leo Burnett before landing at OKRP in Chicago. She’s produced award-winning work for multiple clients, ranging from Gatorade, The American Cancer Society, Kellogg’s and Westin hotels, to Disney Parks, Crystal Light and Ace Hardware. When not writing ad copy, Carolyn
can be found writing songs, reading The New Yorker, or unabashedly bribing her two children with home-baked brownies and the illusory promise of a later bedtime.