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Upstatement employees at a morning standup meeting
Established in 2008. 38 employees in Boston, NYC, and elsewhere.
Ali Aas

Ali Aas

Design

Qusai Akoud

Qusai Akoud

Design

Scott Batson

Scott Batson

Technology

Regis Biron

Regis Biron

Design

Tito Bottitta

Tito Bottitta

Principal

Nick Braica

Nick Braica

Technology

Mike Burns

Mike Burns

Technology

Molly Butterfoss

Molly Butterfoss

Design

Brittany Chiang

Brittany Chiang

Technology

Abby Conway

Abby Conway

Content Strategy

Holly Copeland

Holly Copeland

Design

Scott Dasse

Scott Dasse

Principal

Siri Du Pont-Hurley

Siri Du Pont-Hurley

Operations

Emma Gardner

Emma Gardner

Technology

Vanessa Gregorchik

Vanessa Gregorchik

Design

Nathan Hass

Nathan Hass

Design

The Upstatement Golden Tiger

Charlie Hoey

Technology

Beatrice Huang

Beatrice Huang

Technology

John Keough

John Keough

Design

Suzie Kim

Suzie Kim

Operations

Jess Landre

Jess Landre

Producer

Stephanie Lee

Stephanie Lee

Design

Brenna Leker

Brenna Leker

Technology

Jenny Mackintosh

Jenny Mackintosh

Producer

Alec Marcus

Alec Marcus

Design

The Upstatement Golden Tiger

Caroline Mead

Producer

Will Millar

Will Millar

Design

Kim Miller

Kim Miller

Principal

James Muspratt

James Muspratt

Design

The Upstatement Golden Tiger

Jenny Nguyen

Design

Jared Novack

Jared Novack

Principal

Keri O’Brian

Keri O'Brian

Design

Michael Pelletier

Michael Pelletier

Technology

Andy Rader

Andy Rader

Design

Vanessa Scopino

Vanessa Scopino

Client Strategy

Mike Swartz

Mike Swartz

Principal

Caitlin Wang

Caitlin Wang

Technology

Jeshurun Webb

Jeshurun Webb

Design

For over 13 years, we’ve been designing and building digital interfaces that users love.

Upstatement officially opened its doors in 2008, but was truly born during late nights at the Syracuse University student newspaper. That’s where founders Mike, Jared, and Tito met before graduating to the newsrooms of The New York Times and Boston Globe. All that time working in the media taught us a thing or two. Like how to tell stories, organize information, and make complex stuff easy to understand — experiences that continue to guide us today.

We don’t come from a typical agency background, so Upstatement doesn’t look like your typical studio. Our team is filled with curious, versatile designers and engineers who all do a little bit of everything: Designers develop. Engineers sketch. Everyone contributes to creative concepts (because the best work comes from diverse teams). That’s why nothing we do is cookie cutter. We dream big, look for fresh challenges, and push ourselves to make cool new shit.

That ethos has propelled us since the early days of the studio. Back then, we developed a new website for our old employers, The Boston Globe. It was groundbreaking work that proved responsive design could succeed at scale. These days, we provide design leadership for a diverse client list: publishers, products, non-profits, and the world’s most remarkable brands. All unified by strong stories and the desire to make a positive impact.

Upstatement’s Values

While it's easy to see what we do, it's harder to see how we do it. For that, we turn to our values. To understand how Upstatement shows up in the world, start here. Continue

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