2010 Future Star Award:
Jordan Case, Art Director, Eric Mower and Associates

Jordan Case: Ad Club Future Star Award

Mom calls her Sweet Pea. Dad knows her as Princess. And her Internet Stalker continues to refer to her as mylovepants@gmail.com. Jordan Case is known to others as Jordi, Jordo, Jordania, Jordache, JC, Peanut, or perhaps, That Bitch Who Made Me Cry. Call her what you will, but girl’s a future star.

Originally from the land of Rochester, Jordan moved to Fredonia for college. (Close to home, yet just far enough away from the parental units and a couple of outstanding warrants.) After graduating from SuNY Fredonia with a BFA in Graphic Design with concentrations in French and Running on No Sleep, she settled down in Buffalo to begin her career as a designologist. Things kicked off with the proven trifecta of: internship at Travers Collins & Company, part-time gig at Metro Community News and full-time job at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

After realizing what she was getting herself into, Jordan decided to stick with the advertising thing and went on to become an Art Director at Stand Advertising. During her time there, she was mentored by some of the best in the business (and also Mike Telesco), working on accounts such as Fairgrounds Gaming & Raceway, Greatbatch, Gloria J. Parks Community Center, Rich Products and ECMC. Currently an Art Director at Eric Mower and Associates, her main clients now include ECMC, Lactalis Deli, Mead, Transitions and Buffalo Urban League.

Jordan has led the internship programs at Stand and now at EMA, where she’s probably training the next future star (or five of them) in a tear-jerking example of the circle of life. She has also been an active member of AIGA, WNY Book Arts Collaborative, and she just recently joined the board for the Advertising Club of Buffalo.

Aside from being passionate about design, advertising and all things screen-printed or Bauhaus, Jordan also enjoys long walks on the beach, sunsets and puppy dogs. And though she’s never had a real Buffalo chicken wing, she’s looking forward to parlaying her unclogged arteries into many years of living and working here in the B-Lo.



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