Well Done Marketing Promotes Two

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Robin Beery and Brittany Mason Robin Beery and Brittany Mason

Indianapolis-based Well Done Marketing has promoted Robin Beery to senior writer/producer. He will be responsible for content strategy for the full-service agency’s clients, including writing and production for video, websites, broadcast, events, blogs and other marketing content. Beery joined Well Done Marketing in 2014 as a copywriter, but has been involved in aspects of writing throughout his 12-year career. His previous positions include adjunct professor of writing at Marian University, manuscript reader (fiction) at the Washington Square Review in New York and freelance proofreader. Beery received his M.F.A. from New York University in 2005. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Iowa.

Also, Brittany Mason has been promoted to senior art director. In this role, she will help guide the creative department on content and design strategy. Mason will continue to produce marketing materials for clients, such as print, outdoor, and digital advertising, interactive and web, and other projects. Prior to joining the firm in 2016, Mason worked as an art director at Third Street and as a creative intern at TBWA\Chiat\Day in Los Angeles. She is a past president of CreativeMornings/Indianapolis, and is in Class VI of the 1828 Project, IndyHub’s young leaders’ development program. Mason is a 2011 graduate of Indiana University.

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