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- Friday, Jul. 22, 2022
Becca Schepps joins Fortnight Collective as creative director
People on the Move
- BOULDER, Colo.
Fortnight Collective has hired Becca Schepps as creative director. Schepps, who was one of the first members of the creative collective when the agency started, will now work full-time side by side with creative directors Mona Hasan and Matt Kubis, reporting to chief creative officer Adam Chasnow.
Schepps will be working for clients Steamboat Ski Resort, Do Good Chicken and Expedia Group and will play an integral role in leading brand hacks. Over the past five years, Schepps has worked on core pieces of Fortnight’s business including Avery, Made in Nature, Grease Monkey, One Bar, Noodles & Company and Upslope Brewing Company.
“As Fortnight Collective continues to grow, we remain committed to helping brands be better faster by eliminating overthinking, and there’s no one better than Becca to step in and help drive our creativity forward,” said Chasnow. “Schepps has been a part of the collective since the beginning and is the perfect addition to our growing creative team helping our brands reach their creative potential.”
Schepps’ agency experience includes creative positions at Crispin Porter + Bogusky (CP+B), R/GA, Saatchi NY and Hal Riney, working on clients such as McCormick & Company, Google, Nike, Yoplait, Jell-O, Colorado Lottery and Vlasic Pickles.
“I’ve been working in freelance roles for Fortnight Collective for years and always knew this team stood out,” said Schepps. “I knew if I were going to stray from my freelance roots, this was the only place I would want to go. I can’t wait to see what this role brings and the creative muscles we will get to flex together.”
In addition to Schepps’ role as creative director at Fortnight, she is also the founder and CEO of Mortal Ventures, a functional beverage brand that makes drinks that “Fight Death.” As Fortnight fosters a supportive entrepreneurial culture, Schepps can pursue this additional passion while maintaining her creative director role.