Q+ Welcomes New Marketing Coordinator


COLUMBIA, SC – August 5 – Quackenbush Architects + Planners is pleased to announce and welcome Tori Stewart as its marketing coordinator.

A 2017 graduate of the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts degree in visual communications, Stewart brings a portfolio of marketing and social media experience to Quackenbush from the nonprofit world. She has created photo, video and graphic material for use in multi-media platforms for The South Carolina Waterfowl Association and the Wildlife Education Center, many centering on giving campaigns for student scholarships. She has also worked on projects for Gamecock Live Productions, assisting with broadcast content for the University of South Carolina’s Gamecock Athletics.

Stewart’s role at Quackenbush includes developing proposals for the firm and advancing the Q+ story via the firm’s social media presence. She says she’s excited about using her storytelling skills to help personalize the Quackenbush story. “I really like to be able to tell a story instead of simply representing a brand,” she says. “Architecture has an important impact on the community, and I’m thrilled to tell the amazing Quackenbush story and its commitment to design integrity and client and community collaboration.”

“We are happy to have Tori’s social media experience, especially as we seek new ways to showcase our design projects and efforts,” says Quackenbush Architects + Planners President Doug Quackenbush.

Quackenbush Architects + Planners is a full-service architecture and planning firm located in Columbia, SC. The firm specializes in institutional, civic, educational, and commercial projects. Its services span from building design to land planning to interior design. The firm’s portfolio includes projects for universities, cities, colleges, government agencies, school districts, and private clients. The team’s work reflects commitment to innovation, sensitivity to our regional context, and the richness that comes from collaboration with our clients and the community.

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