Katie Pallone - Work. Education. Life.
In 2007, Katie graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Advertising Design with a concentration in graphic design and illustration from the Savannah College of Art & Design in Georgia's oldest city. Katie had the honor of studying under professors who worked for some of the industry giants.
Through college, Katie worked as an events photographer for the Savannah Morning News and later, at the ABC and FOX television news stations in Savannah. There she created on-air graphics for news segments as well as organized promotional events and contests.
In 2008, after a move to Florida's Space Coast, Katie became the Art Director for a local advertising agency in Satellite Beach where she was a leader in creative concepting, copywriting, graphic design, overseeing creative for photo and commercial shoots and creating and maintaining social media campaigns for clients. She was also commissioned to paint the African serengeti for the new cheetah exhibit at Brevard Zoo.
In the summer of 2014, Katie decided to branch out on her own and create Katie Pallone Art & Design. In the years since, she has worked with clients internationally and throughout the US with a concentration in Florida-based businesses. Her company has won multiple American Advertising Awards as well. Today, Katie continues to take on projects that inspire her.
When she's not busy being creative, Katie enjoys running her online Etsy shop: HappyLittleTeepeeCo where she hand-crafts dream catchers inspired by her Native American ancestry out of Oklahoma where she was born. She also likes to spend time painting, weaving tapestry, collaging and sculpture, doing henna art, traveling to the mountains, cooking, relaxing on the Florida beaches and supporting local organizations, clubs and charities. She especially enjoys spending time with her Texas and Oklahoma families, her husband Greg and "guard-dogs", a mix of chihuahuas and a yorkie: Pickle, Olive, Pepper, Potato, Pea Pod and Godson Chappelle.
Specialties: Logo Design | Rebranding | Signage