Claudine has over 20 years of PR experience working with top Fortune 500 companies to some of the top non-profit organizations including W Hotels, IHG, J&J, Pfizer, The Humane Society and others. In the last ten years, she has consulted with some of the largest hospitality groups on amenity programs, uniforms, events, collaborations and social media. Claudine has produced over 50 fashion shows with globally recognized celebrities and brands & created one of the first mobile stores in a RV. She has been featured in Inc, Entrepreneur, PR week, Ad Week, WWD, New York Times for her experiential programming work. The studio works with over 300 creatives a year producing content with magazines, virtual photo shoots & programs and her influencer marketing campaigns have appeared on Entrepreneur. Her motto is Talent Helping Talent. She believes there is a way for brands to have a circular approach by storytelling, supporting creative talent & cultural programs all in one event. She also teaches a class at FIT and is a mom to Tatum & two rescue dogs and over two dozens of plants & avid gardener.
Janine Just, or JJ as she prefers, connects audiences to a brand’s story through one-of-a-kind experiences. Experiential event expert, super connector and storyteller, JJ has experience with brands in every tier bringing a broad scope of expertise to her clients. Honing in on a brand’s message to bring bold storytelling techniques to experiential marketing, JJ has worked with major brands and organizations including Citigroup, Keds, SONY, NARS, KIND Snacks, Columbia Sportswear, Coca-Cola, Douglas Elliman, Martino Cartier, Wigs & Wishes, Deep Eddy Vodka, Harmless Harvest, Will Lane Athletics, KD New York, and LAHIVE to name a few. She creates experiences that allow brands to connect with their core audience. She utilizes traditional PR and maximizes social media for campaigns that allow a brand to reach further. When she’s not working, JJ can be found learning how to play paddle and pop tennis to fit in among her new Minneapolis friends as she just moved from the Big Apple to the “Miniapple.” She loves family time with her husband, Hadley, and pup, Roxy, but misses the days of impromptu karaoke nights.