Who’s this Amber Witzke girl anyway?
I’m a #gridgirl, dog mom, wife, music nerd, & I have the ability to accept anything the universe throws at me as long as it’s not a slow internet connection.
My artwork is powered by the belief that hope and positivity will always win. I believe the visual appeal of art, products, and advertising has power beyond an immediate impression. I try to create things that endure. An everyday object can have a message that reinforces itself over time. So I strive to share messages about what I strongly believe in: girl power, animal rights, and my home: Sacramento. My work has been featured in the Submerge, Sacramento Bee, Sactown, The Huffington Post, & more.
During the day, I’m an Associate Creative Director at un/common Agency, Sacramento’s winningest ad shop. There I create award-winning, strategic campaigns for our clients. I produce work that engages people emotionally through the creative to deliver the brand’s message or purpose. Shining new light on a brand or influencing change to make people feel something & take notice is always my goal. While our team is small, we are family, & every day I uplift and inspire them as much as they do me. From mentoring the younger staff, making memes with my teammates, creating concepts with the writers, to presenting to clients, I share and receive ideas freely & I’ll always push and work as hard as I can to produce the best possible work not only for my team but for the success of the brand as well. Being positive & adaptive not only with my ideas and designs, but the people around me are what I excel at most as I believe the work only becomes better when you propel each other.
I also excel at picking the very worst karaoke song that I know none of the words to every time.
My history in the marketing & advertising industry has allowed me to develop strong art direction and design skills in photography, illustration, graphics, logo design, branding & identity, advertising campaigns, & tv commercials.
I’m always up for a creative challenge.
Hit me up and let’s get some work done!