Michael Harman

Harman | Friday

 

Member profile details

Membership level
4) YMBL Member
First name
Michael
Last name
Harman
 

Work and Education

Employer
Harman | Friday
Job Title
Founder & Creative Director
Industry
Advertising/Public Relations
College/University
Texas State University
Degree
Communication Design
 

Profile Information

About Me (for online profile)
I spend my days hanging out in my home office along side my 70 lb Labradoodle. Started and finished four marathons. I do Crossfit without bragging (this doesn't count). Swam with the great white sharks off the coast of South Africa. Jumped out of a plane over San Marcos. Recently started playing fast-pitch baseball again. I work to travel with the love of my life, Ashley.
Professional Description
A product of a Texas State University, Michael has gone on to work with some of America’s top design firms, bringing over a decade of design and marketing experience to the table. His career started in Dallas at The Richards Group where he spent 8 years creating cutting-edge digital experiences for brands like Chick-fil-A, The Salvation Army, Hyundai, and MD Anderson Cancer Center.

After meeting his wife on a photo shoot, they moved to her hometown of Austin where he quickly moved up the ranks in local ad agencies working on brands like Don’t mess with Texas, Capital Metro, Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), and an International NGO – Medair. In 2013, with a few more years under his belt, he answered the call to start his own agency, and hasn’t looked back. Since then, he’s created branding, websites, and advertising for clients like Coke Zero, Rush Truck Centers, National Oilwell Varco, and the National Association of Mental Illness.

Michael’s art direction has most recently been recognized with a 2014 National ADDY Award and as both a 2013 Webby Nominee and Honoree. He’s won numerous local, regional, and national ADDY awards; a DFWIMA Best in Show; a Telly; a W3; DSVC Dallas Awards, and a Web Visionary Award. He’s been featured in Mashable, BrandFreak, and Communication Arts magazine.
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