After graduating with a degree in journalism, Anita secured her first job at Women’s Wear Daily (WWD). Over the next 10+ years she was promoted from editorial assistant to fashion editor to Southeast regional editor. She launched a freelance career in 1996 in order to work with Atlanta Magazine and Lucky Magazine. While originally her focus was on writing and styling for fashion magazines, over the years, she’s contributed to literally hundreds of marketing and advertising projects for a diverse array of companies including Carter's Babies & Kids, Home Depot, Aramark, Coca-Cola, Verizon, Steinmart, FootSmart, Vera Bradley and XOXO. Her styling also has appeared in publications including W Magazine, People Magazine and InStyle.
Today, she wears many hats. Copywriter, wardrobe stylist, shoot coordinator and event producer – which is why she simply calls herself a “creative producer.” She was recently tapped by DreamWorks to help them launch NOVA, a spinoff company focused on bringing the studio’s 3-D visualization platform to other industries. As NIKE and Burberry are NOVA’s first clients, her focus is on connecting the company with additional major fashion brands.
The Future of 3D Visualization in Fashion
Join @atlfashtech for a convo w/ Anita Finkelstein on 3D visualization in fashion. Learn how DreamWorks New Media is using this technology.