ST. LOUIS, MO – (3/29/22) OBATA, a creative agency with more than 70 years of serving clients throughout the United States and around the world, recently added Casey Conroy as a senior designer. Conroy offers expertise in branding with a strong background in communications ranging from print to digital.
“Obata’s strong background in designing ESG and sustainability reports offers the opportunity to be a part of a meaningful difference in how companies communicate the positive impact they are making both internally and throughout the communities they serve”Casey Conroy, Senior Designer at OBATA
Conroy brings more than 20 years of experience to OBATA in the areas of art direction, design and illustration. A believer in the power of combining creativity and collaboration, his mission is to work in partnership with his clients and act as a visual translator to their audiences. He is particularly passionate about his creative design work for various social causes such as diversity, equity, and inclusion as well as voter turnout.
“OBATA’s strong background in designing ESG and sustainability reports offers the opportunity to be a part of a meaningful difference in how companies communicate the positive impact they are making both internally and throughout the communities they serve,” Conroy shared. “This, along with the wide range of projects OBATA is engaged in, offers an ideal environment to grow and leverage my skills,” he added.
Conroy, a lifelong St. Louisan, graduated magna cum laude from Missouri State University with a BFA in graphic design and illustration. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OBATA is a corporate, sustainability, branding, digital communications and design agency focused on simplifying the complex by helping clients challenge the chaos of today’s communications environment. Founded in 1948, OBATA is the longest consecutively-running creative services firm in St. Louis, Missouri.
OBATA serves large and small companies in healthcare, technology, industrial, energy, finance, agriculture, utilities, and more. For more information, visit www.obata.com.