In 2011, Perfect Circle Communications & Design was founded with the goal of bringing decades of agency and brand experience to clients without all the layers found in a typical agency. In addition to the principals, we employ a network of copywriters, developers and designers to bring world-class creativity and thinking to a variety of local and regional clients.

 

Philosophy:

You talk. We listen.
You go back to work. And so do we.
We strategize and create. You listen.
Now when you talk, everyone listens.

 

Seems simple and we believe it can be. We love working in partner with clients and helping them articulate their brand’s voice clearly and beautifully. We are passionate about design and the creative process. We are inspired by social media’s ability to connect consumers with brands organically and transparently. Let’s make something together that really works for people and doesn’t just add to the noise.

 

Lori RobertsLori Roberts

As an art director in New York, one of Lori’s first clients had her rubbing elbows with the likes of Mia Hamm and Larry Bird while working on Foot Locker and Lady Foot Locker campaigns. Never one to quit while she was ahead, Lori moved on and up to work as Co-Creative Director at Earl Palmer Brown in Maryland and New York, working on Worldcom with Michael Jordan, Champion JogBra, Blue Cross and Hills Science Diet Pet Food. A move to Grey Advertising put Lori in the thick of the fun on the Hasbro, Stove Top Stuffing, ChapStick, Partnership for a Drug Free America and various pharmaceutical accounts. As Associate Creative Director, Lori also ran the Playtex Products portfolio of accounts, both on and off-line for 7 brands including Wet Ones, Baby Einstein and Playtex. A Stowe vacation left Lori with such a positive taste for Vermont, she left the city lights behind and relocated to the Burlington area. Prior to launching Perfect Circle Communications & Design, Lori was Associate Creative Director of the King Arthur Flour, Fairpoint Communications (featured in Communication Arts Magazine), National Grid and Ellio’s Pizza accounts at KSV. In that role, she developed and designed not only for print and television but mobile, web, games and online videos. PCC&D was the Best in Show winner at the 2016 AIGA Vermont Design Awards for client Candy Central.

 

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Boston Neary Perfect CircleBoston Neary

Boston is an accomplished and award-winning marketer with experience with such organizations such as Disney and ESPN Media Networks, CBS Sports, Sara Lee and Comcast. Throughout her 20+ year career she has created marketing programs that have set industry standards and achieved stellar results. In addition to working for Fortune 100 Corporations, Boston has applied her vast sales and marketing skills to create strategic marketing and branding programs for start-ups and growing organizations. Boston takes pride in applying creativity, common sense, creativity, research and analytics, value and a good sense of humor to every situation in an effort to achieve and exceed expectations.

 

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Lori RobertsNathan Haskins

Every design group needs one, but very few find themselves with an IT talent the likes of Nate. He tells us he was once introduced at a lecture as, “the guy who gets things done,” but we can attest to the fact that Nate’s about a lot more than just, “getting things done.” As IT generalist, consultant and computer programmer, Nate is responsible for the flawless development, seamless integration and outstanding quality of everything digital at DxM2. His remarkable ability to evolve constantly and stay on the cutting edge of technology gives us, and our clients the advantages that come from being in the forefront. Some of his most recent projects include energy visualization and optimization software for a major university, local API integration for a marketing website and customer conversion software for a solar energy company. Nate’s pretty humble about his “mad skills,” which could be why he’s such an easy person to work with. “I’m fortunate to be one of those people that gets to do what they are passionate about for a living,” he says. “I’d still be playing with computers if there wasn’t a paycheck! I’m convinced the enjoyment I get out of it helps to keeps me on point.”