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IDEAS FROM THE CHAIR

When we get our ideas down on paper, they’re usually pretty good.

The email, the email, what what the email.

mike | 9/11/2013

Long ago, when Tilted Chair was headquartered in apartments and was arguably still a dream, I said, "I'll take all of the general inquiry emails." At the time, it really didn't mean much. After all, a "general inquiry" email to our company was probably more than a year away at that point in time. But that was long ago. Today,...

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Big Sound for Brands

Jake Rector | 6/24/2013

The best part about interning at a small Austin advertising agency is the freedom. Officially, the higher-ups at Tilted Chair Creative filed me under account services, but in reality, I’m able to get my hands dirty with just about every facet a full service advertising agency has to offer. Yet, despite all the brainstorming, copywriting, hand-shaking, and occasional insect/wasp patrol, the...

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Of Interns, Drains, and ADDYs.

mike | 3/20/2013

Let it never be said that Austin advertising agency, Tilted Chair, doesn't welcome everyone into their company as if they were family. From day one I've been exposed to teasing banter, brought in-the-know on inside jokes (HAT CREEEEEK), and a friendly daily reminder of how I made a creepy commercial about a girl with a drain in her head. Daily....

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Logos to casting calls, I’m leaving – oh my! – Bye Abbey!

mike | 5/02/2012

A post from our amazing, former intern, Abbey Nield. Wednesday is normally the best day of the week, Monday’s done and Friday is two days closer, but this Wednesday is bittersweet - my last day tilting at Tilted Chair. I’ve had such a great time working with the team here, not only have I learned indispensable tips and tricks of...

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Interning at an awesome Austin advertising agency, Tilted Chair!

mike | 3/28/2012

Although only being an intern for Tilted Chair Creative for a few days, I can already see how this internship differs from others of its kind. Being a small company with about 5 full-time employees, the advertising agency still succeeds at being a full-service agency. Every one of the employees/co-founders all pass around their job titles and thinking caps to...

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