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Communicating deliberately and passionately—as if there’s nothing you need more than your audience to understand you—creates emotional connections that make brands memorable.

A Little Kibble 

As a marketing strategist at RedRover, Tricia leverages her video production background to create powerful stories full of meaning to get results for our clients.

Tricia is a video producer, writer, director and post-production editor with years of experience in crafting business communication products.

Feeding Time 

Tricia joined the RedRover pack in October 2015 and soon became instrumental in the planning and production of video campaigns for the Memphis International Airport.

As a member of the marketing team, she manages public relations accounts helping our clients plan and share pertinent news and industry happenings with the media. She relishes public relations strategy and building brand awareness. A skillful copywriter, Tricia creates PR content for print and digital media. 

She is one of RedRover’s stable of content creator-contributors for our UNLEASHED blog and our social media account. She is also a content creator-contributor for several client accounts.

Additionally, She has led award-winning creative concepts, including the urban art mural in South Memphis for the Regional One Health Adult Special Care Center PSA, which RedRover dubbed “Power Over HIV.” RedRover received two silver Addys in 2016 for the mural in public service ambient and out-of-home media categories.

Prior to RedRover, as a senior-level creative, Tricia spent close to three decades producing turnkey, award-winning video projects across media outlets for both agency and corporate clients.

Her work has landed various industry honors including Telly, Communicator and Aurora awards. In 2006, Tricia and then-employer Lunar Productions received the regional Emmy nomination for “Transported Lives,” a documentary about Memphis Holocaust Survivors.

Tricia earned her master of fine arts degree from the University of Memphis and her bachelor’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University. 

Tricia is originally from Lynchburg, Tennessee. She is proud of her small-town heritage and farm-girl upbringing. She is the happy co-parent of two ancient dachshunds who are both world-champion nappers. She is a Mel Brooks movie groupie and a Memphis music, food and art enthusiast.

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