ADAM GRANISSSocial & Digital Media Specialist

“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”

– Walt Disney


From a very young age, Adam has always been computer literate and technologically savvy.  His love of graphic design, business, art and the whole creative process was sparked in elementary school, and his interest grew exponentially from there. After graduating from college with a B.S in web design and multimedia, he realized that his variety of skills could be put to good use. As media has changed, he has become highly adaptable to the changes in technology, graphic design and social media.

Adam serves as the Social and Digital Media Specialist. He works on a variety of our clients’ social media by researching topics and identifying trends. He expertly works with our clients to “find their voice” and channels that voice in unique, carefully crafted content.


Hometown: In Wine Country – Rohnert Park, California

But I wish I could live in: Anywhere near Disneyland

My professional superpower: I can multitask on a variety of digital media – graphics, marketing, social media etc.

Dog or Cat: Cat

Favorite thing about my job: Finding a voice for each client’s social media. I love to bounce ideas off my coworkers and I enjoy the collaborative process.

I wish it could be this holiday every day: It’s a toss-up between Halloween and Christmas! Fall is a lovely time with the changing leaves, pumpkins and cooler weather. But Christmas is special with the tree, lights on houses; it’s filled with magic.

What was your favorite band in high school? Too many to name. I have always liked variety and mainly like to listen to rock, pop, and late 90’s rock. One of my all-time favorite 90’s bands is Veruca Salt.

What is your biggest office pet peeve? When all the candy is gone.

I’m most proud of: What I have accomplished personally and professionally over the last several years. Meeting obstacles and soldiering through them. Websites, graphic design, social media, technology and business continues to change. I think it’s important to learn and flow with those changes and continue to adapt my skills.