We're excited to introduce our newest talent at Kilpatrick Design—both in our Winston-Salem and Denver offices.
Kerri Howell, developer
Kerri isn't so new to the team. She joined the Winston-Salem office as a developer at the end of 2015 and has been instrumental in a number of launches, including new sites for Bell Davis & Pitt and Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation. Kerri started to teach herself coding at the age of 12 and hasn't stopped since then. She graduated from Salem College with a B.A. in studio art with a concentration in graphic design and a second major in art history. Outside of work, Kerri enjoys writing (in fact, she's working on a fantasy novel and short stories of varying genres), watches a lot of Netflix and spends as much time with her 4-year-old sister as she can.
Anna Cook, designer
Anna, a UX designer, joined our Denver office in February. She was previously a UX designer for PR Newswire, developing visuals for a variety of products and websites. Since joining our team, she has worked on designs for the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Summer Break web app, as well as a number of new websites to be announced soon. She earned her B.A. in studio art with an emphasis in digital art and a minor in technology, arts and the media from the University of Colorado Boulder. She's just as passionate about design as she is about teaching, learning and professional development. Outside of the office, Anna can be found hiking, riding her motorcycle, drawing, writing and playing video games.
Sean Lewis, developer
Sean is a developer who recently started at our Denver office. Prior to joining our team, he held developer positions at Distillery Solutions in Denver and the Sasquatch Agency in Portland, Ore. He graduated with honors from Point Loma Nazarene University, where he also ran track (sprints and hurdles). He was only a few slots from running in the Olympic trials in 2012. Sean enjoys being active and exploring new things—whether it's volleyball, hiking, fishing or trying out a new restaurant.