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Jordan D. Lambrecht
Managing Partner & Creative Director
Jordan founded Pixel Bakery because he couldn’t find a job. His alma mater is the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he received a Bachelor of Arts. Artistically trained, he brings a different perspective to advertising and how design work and the creative process can be approached. He’s been asked roughly 314 times if Pixel Bakery is a real bakery, which generally results in disappointment when he informs them that the last thing he cooked was burnt popcorn over a month ago.
Karley A. Johnson
Karley founded Pixel Bakery because she was a nerd in high school and wants to show the world that she’s cool now. Karley is a plant enthusiast, avid cyclist, concert junkie, and a bonafide vegan in the midwest. She has degrees in both advertising and graphic design from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. While she is a stellar designer and creative director, her downfalls include her deep appreciation of bands like The Smiths and Radiohead, and spending 40% of her income on concert tickets.
Natalie E. Roetman
Natalie joined Pixel Bakery because she thrives when she’s meeting new people and when she’s helping brands be their best. She comes to PB after finishing up her degree in Advertising and Public Relations at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and is eager to put her skills to good use. She’s a personality quiz fanatic and ice cream addict. When she’s not working (which is rare), you can find her volunteering with Lauch Leadership, binge watching the newest shows on Netflix or Hulu, or nerding out over her newest advertising-related book.
Kaitlyn A. Pfannenstiel
Kaitlyn, or KP for short, joined Pixel Bakery so she could be part of a work environment filled with creativity and expression. As the Account Executive Apprentice, she looks forward to expanding her network and exploring new concepts. She will be graduating from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in May and can’t wait to escape the world of late nights filled with homework and studying. With her new-found freedom, she hopes to discover new hobbies, books, and music — recommendations are welcome!
We’re either at the studio or on our way in, we promise. Check out our awkward dance moves and intense budget meetings – we forget that people are watching.