What do you get when you combine an art historian, a marketer and an innovation specialist? Rose. You get Rose.
As a passionate art historian who had the opportunity to study all over the world, Rosalea (aka Rose) quickly realized that there was a direct correlation between art and marketing—and if you don’t believe her, she’ll happily explain it to you over a beer. Falling in love with the world of marketing and having an incredible mentor pushed Rose to pursue a career she could be passionate about, ultimately landing an internship at an advertising agency in Toronto. This hard work and dedication led Rose to where she is today.
Rose is an integral part of the Peterborough community, working full-time at the Innovation Cluster, helping coordinate PTBOCanada.com social media marketing and accounts, writing content for StudioPTBO and working as an art historian. The presence Rose holds throughout the community has led her to help found 100 Women Peterborough, a platform to listen to presentations from representatives of charities or not-for-profits and initiate sizeable contributions to better our community.
When Rose was asked what sets StudioPTBO apart from everyone else, she credits a large portion to the diverse team: “The neat thing about StudioPTBO is that there are so many unique and talented people working under one roof. The range of expertise offered is unmatched,” says Rose.
What makes someone like Rose tick? Pugs. And Pizza. Pugs and pizza. Creativity is something that Rose can’t live without, so when she isn’t innovating you can most often find her with Penny Lane (her pug, not Kate Hudson from Almost Famous) or fiercely knitting to relax her mind.
Why Rose thinks you should work with StudioPTBO
“The team and the abundance of professional services that are offered. The fact that they have seamlessly blended agency and media together is something that hasn’t happened in too many other places.”