Kristen Fischetti

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Hi, the Ironistic crew calls me “Kris Fish.” Between my young kids and all of my many interests and passions, I am living the best and craziest years of my life!

I have a degree in Media Communications from Asbury University, a small Christian college near Lexington, KY.  That small college helped me land two dream internships creating promotional media for a mission in Mexico City and as a media liaison to the Beijing Olympics in 2008.  One week after returning from that trip of a lifetime, I married my sweetheart and happily call home the mountains of far western Maryland, where we live 10 degrees colder year-round than our neighboring cities.

I have been working in photography, marketing, design, and public relations for over ten years and love seeing beautiful new websites come to life. I began my career working for a rental company in the vacation industry as a part of their marketing team, and I gained a lot of valuable insight into what it means to be a client during a major website overhaul.

We also managed a family of websites for several sister companies. This gives me a great appreciation for both Ironistic as web experts and you, our valued clients.  I am thrilled to now be helping to make your web goals a reality.  My creative background helps me fill the niche of making your pages come alive.

Some of the other passions in my life are:

  • Our little piece of heaven on our family horse farm
  • My hardworking horse-trainer husband and my children
  • Capturing love and laughter through portrait photography
  • Our Cavalier King Charles Spaniels (Yes, I am the crazy dog lady!)
  • Involvement with our church and community groups
  • And last but not least, OREOs and MILK!!
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