Many say it was a young man named Cornbread. Others proclaim TAKI 183 or Phase 2 as the father of modern day graffiti. The famous Jean-Michel Basquiat started as the street artist tagged SAMO. For me, however, the infatuation started with Blek le Rat, Shepard Fairey and of course, Banksy. I love graffiti. I love Banksy Read More.
Tony is one of the region’s most awarded advertising professionals, with more than 30 years of diverse regional and national experience focusing on strategic planning and brand development for clients. He remains adamant about maintaining a hands-on approach to both creative services and client relations. He contributes to, as well as helps manage, all aspects of marketing, communications, and public relations. Tony has served as the chair of the National ADDY Committee and as a member of the national AAF Board of Directors and has also taught advertising and design as an adjunct faculty member at Virginia Tech.
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Full disclosure, I am not an athlete. A fact my entire high school can attest to. I am not even an average recreational league player. You don’t want me on your church softball team — seriously. While I admire many athletes in many sports, from what I can tell, the “sport” of CrossFit is full Read More.
By Tony Pearman, CEO and CCO Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance It occurred to me recently how accurately these five stages, most often associated with death, also represent the feelings I process with the delivery of every request for proposal (RFP) that we receive at Access. For those of you in the industry, please feel Read More.
Tony Pearman I took great satisfaction from seeing this recent post about Apple’s “PR coup.” While I am a huge advocate and believer in the powers of PR, I was amused at the superficial analysis that Apple had somehow achieved this slight-of-hand simply by crafting a well-written press release. To truly give you a sense Read More.