An outdoor-loving multimedia maven with a knack for photography, music, and film.
Callee Marlow joined the KPS3 team in 2022 as a social content creator bringing with her a wealth of creativity, innovative ideas, enthusiasm, and some serious visual communication skills.
Driven to see every project through its own lens, Callee is inspired by what makes a story unique. With a demonstrated history of working in the creative advertising industry, her photography, videography, production, content marketing, and creative direction skills give her a strong handle on all things visual art. Dedicated to bringing ideas to life, we couldn’t be more excited to see what social media dreams she’ll help our clients realize.
A native Nevadan born and raised in Reno, Callee got her first taste of the photography and videography world in college at the University of Nevada, Reno. After graduating with a bachelor of arts in journalism and an emphasis in visual communications and PR, her passion for storytelling through multiple mediums quickly blossomed into an internship that turned into a full-time position at an advertising agency.
Looking to expand her horizons even further, she then hopped on the freelance train, where she produced vision boards, client strategy, branding, social media, and photo and video for a multitude of different clients across a variety of industries. While she loved what she did, she missed the collaborative work environment and talking with her co-workers about their favorite films and brews, so she decided to head back into the advertising world and join us here at KPS3 (and we’re so glad that she did!).
It shouldn’t be a surprise that Callee grew up loving anything and everything active — running, snowboarding, backpacking, surfing, skateboarding, lifting — you name it, she’s done it. So, you can probably guess that when Callee’s not at KPS3 producing visually beautiful and engaging creative content, you’ll find her planning her next surf trip, trail running with her dog, Casey Jones, or just being outdoors as much as humanly possible.
If you do catch her inside, she’s likely reading fiction, going to the movies (she will ask you what your top five favorite films are, so be prepared), listening to records, playing guitar, going to the art museum, writing, snapping film photos, or whipping up her specialty, a deliciously classic Old Fashioned, as a well-deserved nightcap.