Fenton Welcomes Laura Dawn as Senior Creative Consultant
Laura is the founder, CEO and Chief Creative of ART NOT WAR, a cultural impact and PR firm that specializes in social justice movement building and digital strategy. They work with activists and artists to help cement policy and social change. Prior to ART NOT WAR, Laura served as the founding Creative & Cultural Director of MoveOn.org.
Laura has been widely recognized and awarded for her groundbreaking progressive campaign work. Articles on Laura and her work have been featured in Vogue, the New York Times, Village Voice, Time magazine and more. Laura has two political ads in the Museum of the Moving Image an an induction into the 2012 Political Ad Hall of Fame from ABC/ CLIO.
Laura will be helping Fenton grow our rapidly expanding creative and digital services, and providing Fenton clients deep expertise in messaging, narrative, creative campaigning, branding, visual design, video production and advertising. Laura will also be working with Fenton clients to produce events and convenings.
“I’ve been in love with Laura’s work for years, and think she is one of the finest creative campaigners out there,” said Ben Wyskida, CEO of Fenton. “Laura brings energy, life and strength to every project she works on. As we grow our creative capabilities, I’m so grateful Laura is joining us.”
Laura and her agency, ART NOT WAR, are on the frontlines of social change and Trump resistance work, and Laura’s leadership and experience adds to our growing team working on creative campaigning.
“I’m so honored to join Fenton’s legacy of progressive change and I’m excited to work with this talented team.” said Laura Dawn. “Ben’s leadership is taking Fenton in exciting new directions and I can’t wait to see what kind of good trouble we get up to in 2018.”