Why choose Rumble?
Rumble Marketing is a story-based marketing agency. That means we use powerful stories to get people to pay attention to your message by making your marketing more persuasive, meaningful, and entertaining.
We spend 0% of your time (and ours) on pointless “strategy” meetings, because we really shine at doing the actual story work. So, after a little smart planning, we get right to work creating the designs, writing the copy and bringing your bold ideas to life.
When not doing the work, we teach you how to do it too. Our BS-free corporate workshops teach the same practical techniques we use every day to produce excellent client work. Learn how to sell smarter, communicate clearly and tell a great brand story.
Launched in 2011, we’ve already earned a reputation as one of the premier storytelling agencies in the Pacific Northwest. Our clients include Fortune 500s like Starbucks, T-Mobile, and Microsoft. Let’s talk about getting you on that list.
Be nice to work with.
Because who wants to work with a jerk?
Only have an A team.
Everyone here has 10+ years of experience.
Big ideas are only as good as your ability to execute them.
Do the actual work.
Everyone loves “strategy.”
The hard part is bringing it to life.
It’s amazing how rare this is.
Carol Schiller has nearly 20 years experience in marketing, including brand storytelling, social media and content strategy, and developing international business partnerships for story-based brands. Past experience includes work with well-known brands L.L.Bean, Kenneth Cole, Ralph Lauren, and Anne Klein, among others.
Back when the internet was a cool new tool, Carol was a pioneer in using digital, content and social marketing.
Dana Lewis is a the keeper of all things brand at Rumble, and her professional career includes over 20 years’ experience as a creative director, art director and senior graphic designer. Dana has held positions across the industry including advertising and marketing agencies, in-house creative departments, and start-ups, where she has created beautiful, successful campaigns for multiple brands. After many years working in a variety of high pressure environments, Dana has mastered the balance between creativity and speed, delivering thoughtful, brand-conscious concepts even under tight deadlines. With a rare combination of creativity and practicality, Dana excels at translating business strategy into beautiful work.
Aimee Giese has been a graphic designer, web developer, social media strategist and photographer for over 20 years. For nearly a decade, she was the co-owner of a health education multimedia development firm that focused on cancer prevention. In 2011, Aimee sold her half of Klein Buendel, and joined Rumble. During her tenure, Klein Buendel was regularly ranked among the top women-owned and top privately-owned companies in Colorado. In 2010, the company was noted as one of the 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America by Inc. Magazine.
Liz is creative whiz with over 17 years’ experience designing beautiful graphics for both print and web. She spent her early career at Microsoft working with a variety of software groups, as well as the hardware department. After Microsoft Liz worked for a technology startup, where she helped completely rebrand the company identity, and supported all associated creative requirements. Since then, she has worked on hundreds of design projects for dozens of clients, combining a deep understanding of gorgeous design with a sensible approach to practical business requirements.
Paul is a senior-level biopharmaceutical marketing professional with almost 20 years of expertise in oncology & CNS marketing, product launches, and strategic planning. His specialties include: Oncology & CNS Marketing, Launch & Relaunch, Strategic Planning, Pricing & Reimbursement, KOL Development, Joint Venture Management, DTP Marketing, Branding, Sales & Sales Training.
A serious devotee of design and craftsmanship, in his spare time, Paul hand-builds his own kayaks, with the same level of attention to detail and craftsmanship that he brings to all his professional work. (One of Paul’s creations is pictured here.)
Christina Paez Mori
Christina is an organizational genius, who dots every I and crosses every T. After many years managing the 1001 critical and minute details required to provide outstanding customer happiness in the insurance industry, Christina left to pursue her creative passion in gift design. It was shortly after Christina founded her gift business, Something Little Things, that Rumble identified her special brand of awesome, and recruited her to join the team.
Christina now combines her detail-oriented excellence with her creative energy by keeping every detail of the Rumble operation on track.
Outside of Rumble, Christina can generally be found corralling her 4 kids ranging in age from two years old to college-bound; baking absurdly delicious cupcakes; and occasionally chasing her rambunctious lab/boxer mixed puppy, Bentley.
Shannon French started her academic and professional career in the life sciences, which explains why her research skills, discipline and attention to detail are so spectacularly good. While earning a double degree in Biological Sciences and Geography from Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Shannon also spent six months as an intern for healthcare nonprofits in Sri Lanka. While there, Shannon worked alongside professional scientists in the field, assisting in research and education around HIV, TB, and malaria.
After graduation, Shannon continued working in the nonprofit and advocacy world, holding a range of program development, education and communication roles. Ultimately, Shannon realized that it was the stories and the people behind the science that she loved best, so she enrolled in the University of Washington Communication Leadership Master Degree program, where she studied professional storytelling, copywriting and communications.
A former competitive swimmer for 15 years, Shannon’s favorite activities now include trail running, rock climbing, obstacle racing, and circus hand balancing. (We know, we had to Google that last one too. It’s pretty cool.)