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Karass collaborates with corporations and non-profits in equal measure, creating narratives that mean something to the right audience, wherever they congregate. We are driven by a simple credo: work with people you like, tell good stories, make the world a better place.
Find us here, ensconced in the heart and soul of Seattle. Or call 206.930.4842.
Rob Dalton: partner, creative director, marmot-herding raconteur
Bonds brands to tribes.
Creates the stories that get retold.
Brings 20 years experience weaving compelling campaigns across myriad media—from Addy-winning websites to short films and published poetry.
Lives in the woods on an island with his wife and two boys.
Ariel Martin: partner, account director, pragmatic princess of possibility
Builds and nurtures relationships.
Leads strategy and guides interactive initiatives, balancing artistic and client perspective.
Clearly communicates expectations, nurturing collaborative joy in every process, every project.
Offers more than 15 years experience in both online and offline marketing.
Loves the sea.
Randall Statler: partner, artistic director, bottle-cap shaman
Cooks up compelling eye candy.
Transmutes the commonplace to a curious place.
Has constructed campaigns, websites, identities, and animations for a delirious decade.
Brings an elevated, artistic craftsmanship to everything from big-brand websites to alt-band flyers.
Loves cookies. And robots.
Dorothee Graham: account wrangler, logistics magician
Directs multi-dimensional flow.
Brings two decades of experience balancing creative vision and client directives.
Steers/coordinates/makes things happen—on time, on budget, on point.
Loves cocktail cruising and populating the earth with her four perfect mini-Grahams.
Miles Cheung: pixel charmer, cycle sage
Makes pixels prance like ponies.
Translates client inclinations into dazzling designs.
Occasionally asks random people random questions.
Bikes for the sheer joy of biking (it's faster than the bus, with fresher air).
Hopes someday humanity will realize we're living with ourselves, and act accordingly.
Eric "Bob" Ainley: maker of madcap marvelousness
Makes things move like they hadn't thought to move before.
Masters the latest tools before most people know they exist.
Translates motives into emotional motion.
Restores old pianos.
Rolls his own.
Johanna Wattimena: multimedia mischief maker, indo phenom
Transforms concepts into command performances, in most any medium.
Brings with her boundless bundles of joy.
Sings like a bird.
Bear: kindly caniform, drinker of life's honeys
Believes everyone has the right to Bear Arms.
Wishes he had more room to move.
Bot: resident realist, rivet-risking misanthrope
Hosts popular talk show, ¡Robot Live!