Since starting at Leibowitz last year, Account Executive Bree Kupfer has worked on a wide variety of projects. From handling the day-to-day work we do for Time Warner Cable to managing the execution of full-scale rebrands, she knows how to make a project enjoyable and successful from start to finish.
Why did you choose a career in client services?
I like project management, seeing projects through. I’m not an artist myself, but I love being involved in the creative side of things.
You might not consider yourself an artist, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be interested in great art and design. Who is your favorite?
Banksy is my favorite. Street art, while maybe controversial, is such a cool medium. It represents the city you’re in, and has a secretive element to it. There’s something beautiful about a work of art that exists for two days and disappears.
What do you think makes our firm different from other agencies?
The fact that we’re a mid-size, nimble agency. It helps projects run smoothly when everyone is involved in so many projects from beginning to end. There’s a passion here. Everyone is so proud of the work they do, and that pride shows in the work we present.
When you got your job at Leibowitz last year, you moved from New Jersey to NYC. What about the city inspires you?
What doesn’t inspire me? Everywhere you turn there’s something new to explore, something different to try. There are huge world-class museums and top restaurants everywhere. I love it. That said, I miss being so close to the beach. My heart will always be oceanside on the Jersey Shore.
Your dog, Fonzi, was in the office for a few days last year. How would you feel about us making him our mascot?
I think we all know the answer to this one: I would love it! I’m the crazy dog lady of the office, and Fonzi—polo shirt and all—made the perfect guest.