Portfolio Review 2019, Hosted by One Club Denver and AIGA Colorado


Portfolio Review 2019, Hosted by One Club Denver and AIGA Colorado


Saturday, April 27

About the Event

Students: Get Your Portfolio Reviewed By A Pro

The One Club For Creativity Denver and AIGA Colorado have teamed up to help Colorado and surrounding area college art students make it in the professional world by hosting the annual event, The Review, where students get invaluable feedback on their portfolio as it is reviewed by up to five creative professionals and compete for scholarships and prizes.

Students present their work to local agency designers, business owners and artists in one-on-one sessions, similar to an interview. The professionals give feedback on the students work, how they can improve and advice on how to present their work to land their dream job.

Scholarships and prizes are awarded to the best portfolios.

Join us for a lunch panel discussion on how to land your first job and what to expect during a job hunt with One Club Denver Chapter President and Managing Director of FBI Talent Co, Kara Taylor, Andrew Lincoln, Creative Consultant and Creative Director and Wallis Osborn, Creative at Otter Products. Stay tuned as more panelist will be announced. Food and beverages provided.



The One Club believes that learning from the best in the business will help future creatives succeed in advertising. Provide students with an invaluable opportunity to obtain professional criticism from the industry's top creatives by signing up today. You can sign up for Session I, Session II or both.




When: Saturday April 27th

Session I: Suggested Sophomore and Junior
9:30-10am: Student and Reviewer check-in
10-12pm: Reviews, four to five, 20 min.

12-1pm: Lunch and panel discussion, details coming soon.

Session II : Suggested Junior and Senior
11:30am-1pm: Student and Reviewer check-in
1 -3pm: Reviews, four to five, 20 min.

Where: The Integer Group, 7245 W Alaska Dr, Lakewood, CO 80226
Parking: Please park on the top floor of the Dick's Sporting Goods parking garage off Alameda and S. Vance St, across the street from the Nordstrom Rack. On the top floor of that garage, you'll find an open, manned door where you will be escorted to The Review space. No other entry point will be available.

Cost: $5 – Student members of TOCD and AIGA Colorado*; $15 Non-members


*AIGA Members, please contact AIGA for your member voucher code to register as a member.


Kara Taylor

Manager Director USA, FBI Talent Co.

Kara joined the global FBI team in January 2014. She is charged with establishing the FBI brand in North America and is responsible for placing all levels of creative talent, across all disciplines. She is focused primarily on the USA market.

Prior to joining FBI, Kara was the Director of Creative Recruiting at CP+B and responsible for hiring all levels of creative talent for their offices in Boulder, Miami and Los Angeles. Kara is the Managing Director of FBI Talent Co. USA, a leading global talent management network for creative industries, as well as the current President of the One Club for Creativity’s Denver Chapter.

Kara has over 20 years of creative recruiting experience. Her career began at Leo Burnett in Chicago where she was responsible for hiring and retaining creative talent and managing the agency’s internship program. Kara left Leo Burnett in 2009 to join CP+B in Boulder where she managed the agency’s creative hires for the Boulder, LA and Miami offices. She has reviewed thousands of portfolios and has conducted at least as many interviews with creative talent of all levels over the course of her career.

Kara is married and mom to two young artistic daughters, who at 10 and 8 years of age, have proven an impressive ability to create “portfolio ready” refrigerator art.

Andrew Lincoln

Creative Consultant & Creative Director

Andrew Lincoln is a Denver based Creative Consultant & Creative Director helping brands disrupt their category and agencies bring a digital-first and purpose-driven creative approach for their clients. Andrew recently was a co-founder and creative lead at Boulder-based agency startup, WorkInProgress. Prior to WIP, Andrew was a VP/Creative Director at CP+B Boulder leading the Domino’s relationship for seven years. In the process, he helped Domino's break industry sales growth records and changed its perception, to as NPR put it, “A tech company that happens to sell pizza.” Some of his favorite moments along the way included the Cannes Lions Titanium Grand Prix winning emoji ordering campaign, creating Vail Resort’s gamified mountain experience EpicMix, and hanging a pop-up shop on the side of a cliff for 37.5 Technology. Forbes Business Insider named Andrew one of the “30 most creative people in Advertising under 30.” In his free time, you can find him spending time with his wife, one-and-a-half-year-old daughter, or riding his bicycle along the Colorado front range.

Wallis Osborn

Creative, Otter Products

Wallis Osborn graduated from Ft. Hays State University in 2005 with a BFA in Graphic Design. Since then, he has worked as an Art Director and Designer at renowned companies such as Leo Burnett, Chicago, the Denver Broncos and he most recently joined the creative department at Otter Products in Ft. Collins. A Colorado native, Wallis grew on a farm outside of Loveland, CO with a glorious mountain backdrop, which has inspired his successful 15 year career of creative problem solving through visually inspired design.

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