Emily Clanton is a detail-oriented creative-type with experience in progressively responsible areas of account management, product management, product marketing and brand management.
In late 2015 her career path diverged into her own creative venture as an artist and researcher.
Her latest work is inspired by traditional Japanese painting and incorporating these methodologies into a more contemporary, mixed media practice. Her work has been seen in various locations in Japan as well as The Lyndon House, Fuse Arts Center, and The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.
• Designed and responsibly sourced nearly 2,000 images for Booktrope's social media accounts and blog over the course of two years, saving close to $12,000 in design and stock image fees.
• Established partnership between Better World Books and two of the largest student housing developers in the US: Campus Apartments and American Campus Communities.
• Secured placements for book drop boxes during a three week cross-divisional initiative at Better World Books. Together these drop boxes generated $40K in revenue for FY2012.
• Designed 35 operations manuals which facilitate cross-training & execution of tasks in the absence of a CSR, saving Mitsui Soko USA $177K/year.