Streamline Publishing, the parent company of Fine Art Connoisseur and Plein Air magazine, is proud to welcome Katie Reeves to our team as the new Director of Sales and Marketing.
Reeves has been in the publishing industry for 30 years, starting with the weekly Spectator Magazine (the first weekly publication to cover the arts in the Southeast) and Triangle Business in Raleigh, North Carolina. Reeves co-founded Raleigh Metro Magazine in 1999, later became publisher of Carolina Parent Magazine, and has additional experience in niche and trade publications.
She also brings with her extensive event planning experience, including The North Carolina Film & Video Festival; signature events include the high profile Mannequin Ball (fashion industry), and the Raleigh Spy Conference.
Reeves has also served on arts and civic boards in the Raleigh area, including being a member of Raleigh Fine Arts Society since 2001.
“My love for art and my passion for publishing make this relationship with Streamline Publishing, Fine Art Connoisseur and Plein Air Magazine a natural fit and exciting next chapter in my career,” Reeves said. “The breadth and depth of editorial are an unmatched resource for artists, art enthusiasts and collectors, I look forward to being a part of this continuing endeavor.”
“Were excited about Katie joining our team,” said Eric Rhoads, CEO and Publisher. “We conducted an extensive nationwide search for someone who had the quality, ethics, and experience that could be deployed to make sure our advertising and marketing team could carry forward helping our advertisers with excellence. Katie is the perfect fit, and has deep rooted experience in the advertising, publishing and arts community.”
Katie’s move to Streamline Publishing is following the retirement of former Associate Publisher, Anne W. Brown:
About Streamline Publishing, Inc.
Streamline Publishing was founded on principles based in the Streamline Moderne design movement of the 1930s, which were about superior aesthetics and design, as well as design-centric efficiency in operations. Founded in 1986, the company is rooted in traditional print publishing of trade and consumer magazines, and has become a true multi-media organization, with numerous digital products and events. The company and its products play a substantial role within two industries: radio/digital radio and the world of art and art collecting. Streamline prides itself on seeking innovative solutions that break traditional molds.
Titles include Fine Art Connoisseur, Plein Air Magazine, Realism Today, and American Watercolor Weekly, plus art competition, art retreats and tours, conventions, video workshops, and more.
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Just worked out an ad for Nov. – Dec. magazine with Katie Reeves and Nicolynn Kuper . Both of them were very professional and friendly too. I was impressed with how well they responded to my ideas and suggestions. Both of them added to my ad ideas and they are highly recommended as team players ! Thanks Fine Arts for knowledgable and nice contacts .