KolorBox Creative is owned by Bay Area marketing communications professional and artist, Marcy Orendorff. KolorBox Creative partners with MarcyFineArt.Weebly.com to collaborate on a wide variety of projects to serve individuals, business, healthcare and nonprofits. From illustration projects to major branding makeovers, KolorBox has provided only the highest quality services and deliverables since 2009.
Healthcare Marketing Communications
Marcy began her career marketing healthcare services to California's largest corporations in Silicon Valley. She assessed employee healthcare and safety needs and matched them with an extensive menu of occupational healthcare services provided by Readicare Occupational Health. She authored documents to communicate complex health care information and worker's compensation regulations to industrial clients. She tailored proposals and created collateral. In addition, she developed the company’s statewide training manual. She went on to operate WriteHelp, a graphic design and marketing communications company providing collateral, corporate identity, and graphic design products. She broadened the WriteHelp product base to include public relations services.
Graphic Design and Public Relations
Concurrently, as a working fine artist and member of several arts groups, she crafted advertising and graphic design pieces and headed up their PR campaigns. In 2010, she became a member and award-winning speaker of Toastmasters International.
Throughout her career, she contributed to nonprofits developing grants, presentations, and collateral materials and served as Contra Costa County Director of Grants for Guitars not Guns.
She integrated her set of creative skills to serve children affected by domestic violence by creating a set of fifteen original illustrative paintings exhibited for six years by nonprofit STAND for Families Free of Violence in Concord, CA at their annual Rebuilding Lives Luncheon. The event draws top dignitaries and contributors from throughout the state. The series, House of the Broken Hearts, has been featured in individual shows and exhibited in multiple venues. Her current series, The StoryBook Project, illustrates the need for early intervention in the lives of traumatized, neglected and abused children and is a work in progress. It has been shown by the Mernie Buchanan Gallery in the San Francisco Bay Area. Proceeds from print sales were donated to The Children's Nurturing Project, Fairfield, CA.
Her art and written work has been featured in:
Artweek Magazine, on Oakland KTVU Channel 2, on Bay Area BackRoads and in multiple regional print and online publications. Her illustrations have been used in posters, design, advertising, presentations, and logos. Marcy's latest fine art is available for viewing at Fine Art America.com.