Marybeth grew up in a multicultural neighborhood of Chicago, where different communities influenced her taste, her ideas and created a fascination for all types of humans. This experience paired with an interest in visual arts eventually turned into a career in advertising.

Since 2012, Marybeth has created award-winning work for multiple US and global brands. Most recently, she helped steer lululemon’s largest brand campaign. Her work has been in collaboration with Terrence Malick, Derek Cianfrance, Nadav Kander, Melodie McDaniel and Sean Baker, among others.

While studying at VCU Brandcenter, Marybeth co-created Museum of Endangered Sounds, a site dedicated to obsolete sounds of the early digital age. It was featured in Wired, NPR, Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Fast Company and an answer on the game show, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

She’s currently a Group Creative Director at Droga5 NY.

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Clients

lululemon
Harley-Davidson
The RealReal
The New York Times
Essentia Water
Smartwater
Hennessy
LVMH
CoverGirl
Google
Facebook
Chase
Dustin Yellin