This New England native knows everything there is to know about restoring classic Volkswagens. And lucky for us – and our clients – he’s equally proficient at designing and coding.
Aaron Boudreau comes to Mad*Pow with over 10 years of experience in marketing, design and development on his résumé. Before joining our team, Aaron was a designer at Russound, where he worked with the marketing department to maintain the company website, design new digital media campaigns, and implement new digital product development strategies.
In addition to his agency experience, Aaron successfully built a practice of his own where he worked with a slew of firms, from big names to growing companies. During this time, he increased his exposure and his ability to deliver tangible results on multiple projects while simultaneously juggling various client expectations.
Aaron majored in Illustration at Marywood University and continues to self educate and push himself to stay on top of the most up to date information on design technique and development. And he finds all kinds of creative ways to bring that new knowledge to work with him at Mad*Pow every day.
When he’s not designing or coding, you can find Aaron hanging with his kids, restoring old Volkswagens, watching his beloved Patriots or sailing the high seas.
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April 2nd and 3rd, 2019
Royal Sonesta, Boston MA
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