Desktop: Stacy Suvino and Rachel Everett
Visual director and art director/community relations coordinator, Miss Jackson’s
The workspace of creative minds is never boring. The offices of Stacy Suvino and Rachel Everett, two artistic employees of Miss Jackson’s in Utica Square, are as one would expect: eclectic and busy.
Suvino, the store’s visual director, is responsible for conceptualizing window displays and in-store installations, setting up merchandise and prop styling for photo shoots.
After moving to New York City for a professional dance scholarship, Suvino graduated with a degree in visual presentation and exhibition design from The Fashion Institute of Technology. While in school, Suvino interned and later worked for Bergdorf Goodman, where she learned the “old-school way of windows.” The position at Miss Jackson’s brought her to Tulsa four years ago.
Like Suvino, Everett wears many hats. An employee of Miss Jackson’s for the past seven years, she works with window installations, for which she paints murals, builds and constructs sets and helps with concept development. She also does art direction for the store’s marketing materials and serves as the community relations coordinator.
“It has been such a fun and interesting part of my career that I didn’t think I would have,” Everett says.
Both women appreciate the creative freedom and quirky environment that Miss Jackson’s offers.
Suvino travels among three states hunting for props, many of which find a home in her office. Everett describes her workspace as “organized chaos.”
“It’s definitely a little bit crazy here, but as long as I still remember where everything is, I’m OK,” Everett says. tþThe workspace of creative minds is never boring. The offices of Stacy Suvino and Rachel Everett, two artistic employees of Miss Jackson’s in Utica Square, are as one would expect: eclectic and busy.
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