–Glorioso and Dellen Join Planit–

Baltimore, Md. (March 8, 2011) – Planit, a Baltimore-based marketing communications agency, announced today that it has hired Joe Glorioso as art director and Jess Dellen as copy editor.

“2011 continues to be an exciting year for us here at Planit. We are thrilled to welcome two talented new hires to our creative team,” commented Matt Doud, president of Planit. “I’m confident that Joe’s award-winning artistic expertise paired with Jessica’s copy experience and attention to detail will further strengthen our creative department as well as our creative campaigns as a whole.”

Glorioso brings more than 20 years of experience to Planit’s art department. As art director, he will be involved in the entire creative process from concept to completion. His responsibilities include concepting, creating, and executing print and digital media for corporate identity, advertising, and website projects.

Before joining Planit, Glorioso was an adjunct faculty member for the graphic design department at MICA, and prior to that served as the design director at MGH. He has experience working with well-known clients including Utz Snack Foods, Smyth Jewelers, and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. His work has appeared in publications including Print, Communication Arts, and Graphics and has also won several awards from the American Advertising Federation. Glorioso graduated from Towson University with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design.

As copy editor, Dellen will be editing and proofing all documents, creative work, and copy that leave Planit’s doors. Prior to joining Planit, Dellen was an editorial assistant at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington, D.C., where she was responsible for copy editing and proofreading. Dellen was in charge of the peer editing process for books, and pieced together and edited internal briefing books and catalogues. She is a graduate from Penn State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and penned an opinion column for Penn State’s Daily Collegian.