Ms. Gabrielle V. Miller
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Bachelor of Fine Arts Texas A&M Kingsville, 1988
- Art/Design Implementation
- Planning/Design/Implementation-Web Site
- Departmental Newsletters
- Recruiting Materials
- Promotional Materials
- C&M Web Site
In August 2011, Gabrielle joined the Communications and Marketing team, bringing her vast experience in design with print as her specialty.
Originally from Wisconsin, Miller moved to Texas as a teenager, completed high school and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine of Arts from Texas A&I (now A&M) University in Kingsville. Her first job after college was with a stationery printing company in Brownwood, where she learned the basics of print and graphics techniques.
Miller ultimately landed in the world of newspapers from 1989 until 2008. She spent just more than 16 years at the San Angelo Standard-Times in the advertising department as a graphic designer and creative services manager. Through those years she saw tremendous change in the industry from antiquated to high-tech production. Her responsibilities included graphic design for various departments, creation of editorial graphics for the newsroom for a short stint, management and training of graphic artist staff, collaboration with the press department to deliver optimal print results, web ad design and more. During her time with the paper, she won numerous ADDY® awards and national recognition for her eye-catching advertising design, brochures, logos, etc.
Upon her departure from the Standard-Times, Miller joined local agency McLaughlin Advertising. While at the agency, she added photographer, writer and web designer to her repertoire. Working closely with clients such as Mr. Boots, West Texas Medical Associates, Cowboy Up Chocolate and others, she built an array of advertising and collateral.
Miller acquired her “dream job” in the ASU Office of Communications and Marketing. She and her husband, Jason, have two children.