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Cutters Adds Julia Pepe to its Team as Producer

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Julia Pepe.
Julia Pepe.

Editorial company Cutters announced the addition of Julia Pepe to its staff as producer. The appointment is effective immediately.

“Coming from the agency side of the business, Julia is very much aware of the entire creative process, from start to finish,” said Elizabeth Krajewski, executive producer, Cutters. “She is from the East Coast, but having lived and worked in Chicago, she brings a little Midwest to her style of producing. We consider ourselves very fortunate to have her onboard as we grow our New York team.”

Pepe joins Cutters from mcgarrybowen‘s Chicago office, where she was an associate broadcast producer. During her nearly three years with the agency, she produced cross-media commercial and branded content projects for Cars.com, Disney, Kraft, and Sears. Pepe also wrote, produced and directed an independent film focused on a wounded Marine and other soldiers returning home from Afghanistan. Her background includes stints working for various PBS productions and serving as a reporter in the local NPR newsroom in Washington, D.C.

“My experiences working with the staff of Cutters have all been extremely positive and I’m very excited to join the staff of the company’s very first office on the East Coast,” said Pepe.

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