Top 50 Event Designers 2019: Jordan Kinne

The Washington-based Kinne on incorporating technology into events.

“For inspiration, we turned to the story of the company, and our goal was to pay homage to Google’s roots while speaking to its future. We integrated high-touch technology at every turn and featured custom, interactive pieces including a physical re-creation of Larry Page’s garage, a larger-than-life candy dispenser with YouTube content to match every piece, and a giant neon flash camera where guests could take photos with ’90s props.” Pictured: Google’s end-of-year celebration at Anthem
“For inspiration, we turned to the story of the company, and our goal was to pay homage to Google’s roots while speaking to its future. We integrated high-touch technology at every turn and featured custom, interactive pieces including a physical re-creation of Larry Page’s garage, a larger-than-life candy dispenser with YouTube content to match every piece, and a giant neon flash camera where guests could take photos with ’90s props.”

Pictured: Google’s end-of-year celebration at Anthem
Photo: Hannah Benet

Jordan Headshot2019Photo: Courtesy of Advoc8Kinne (@teamadvoc8) serves as an executive producer at Washington-based brand experience agency Advoc8, overseeing the design for some of the company’s biggest projects. His leadership and deep industry experience have contributed to the development of concepts for high-profile clients like Google and Business Roundtable. Prior to joining Advoc8, Kinne freelanced for multiple nationwide production agencies, specializing in customized interactive content.


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