Adam Kipple began his career studying animation at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. His ranging interests quickly drove him to his major, graphic design. Just prior to graduation, Adam switched gears to web design. He started focusing in on websites and learned to program on his own. Sounds like an awesome idea for “fun time!” However, it paid off, as The Washington Post Newsweek Interactive hired Adam before graduation, where he further developed his web design talents. While at the WPNI, his work received high praise and acknowledgements. Adam was a part of a Pulitzer Prize winning group for their work on the tragic Virginia tech shootings, and his work on “Antarctica” was awarded for Best Multimedia Package by the White House News Photographers Association. Since starting Three Ring Focus, Adam has helped turn the small web boutique into a powerhouse interactive marketing company.
Adam currently sits on the Board of Advisors for The Academy for the Arts, Science and Technology. He also serves on the Board Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of the Grand Strand as well as The Cut that Counts Foundation. He is the proud poppa of 2 sons, Jackson & James, that use up all that “fun time” he has available.
Favorite Food: Pizza
Drink of Choice: Dunkin’ Coffee. Black
Favorite Desktop Gadget: Pictures of my family
Down Time Activity: Driving to car shows and relaxing
Music Preference: Anything. All of it. Seriously. Maybe not Hanson. But most all.
Fun Fact: Gives hugs with appropriate pressure and for the right length of time.