Lead graphic designer promoted after six outstanding months
SEATTLE-Nov. 7, 2011-Following six months of outstanding graphic design work as its part-time team member, Precept Wine has promoted Julie Trisolini to serve as its lead graphic designer.
“Julie quickly demonstrated her artistic versatility in creating everything from packaging and label designs to web templates and stunning ad campaigns,” said Precept Wine’s Senior Vice President of Marketing Alex Evans. “She’s also extremely cool under tight deadlines; she can translate concepts into laser-focused designs very quickly.”
Trisolini was hired in May as a part-time assistant graphic designer. In her new position, she spearheads point-of-sale materials, collateral, packaging, web graphics, and ad design for Precept Wine. She previously worked as a graphic designer for Wild Tangent, a Seattle gaming company. She has worked extensively in Milan, Italy as a graphic designer for Matrixfin and Executive Travel Company. Trisolini earned her bachelor’s degree in studio art from Seattle Pacific University; she also studied abroad in Italy and earned a certificate in international studies and art.
About Precept Wine: Over its eight years, Precept Wine has evolved into an integrated wine company that owns more than 3,700 vineyard acres, employs a team of winemakers and operational staff at seven production facilities and operates seven tasting rooms. The quality driven portfolio has garnered more than 150 BEST BUY ratings and more than seventy 90+ point scores from leading wine publications including Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator, The Wine Advocate and Wine & Spirits. More at www.preceptwine.com.