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Daphne Stubbolo

Daphne Stubbolo

Marketing Associate/Social Media Specialist/Photographer

Delaware State Parks

Dover, Other





Delaware State Parks

Marketing Assistant and State Park Photographer

I assist our Marketing Director in achieving marketing goals for the Delaware State Parks system through the Division of Parks and Recreation. I help to promote our parks for recreational, historical, and environmental uses through event planning and coordinating, creative problem solving, and marketing strategy development. I work with social media to engage our followers and further spread our message.

As the State Park Photographer I travel to all of our parks for programs, daily activities, and special events to capture the people and places that make our State Park system so wonderful. Working closely with the marketing and design department these photographs are used in our publications as well news sources.

Career medium 05

South Carolina Institute of Anthropology and Archeaology

Design Assistant and Photographer

Columbia Metropolitan Magazine

Visual Artist/Website Editor

· Responsible for web ad design and article layout
· Responsible for distribution and design of daily e-newsletter
· Responsible for researching, writing, and layout of City Scoop section articles, and design of Sales Sheets, contribute to other
layouts as assigned.
· Twitter and Facebook updates

Career medium 05
Career medium 04

Columbia Metropolitan Magazine

Design Intern

· Responsible for researching, writing, and layout of City Scoop, Spread the Word, Just Married, and Out and About
section articles, as well as other articles as assigned.
· Website work: laying out articles, resizing ads, other work as assigned.
· Sat in on editorial meetings, proofed pages before going to print
· Redesigned office paperwork


University of South Carolina

Bachelor of Arts, Journalism and Mass Communications; Visual Communications