About marley larson
Marley is a senior at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit majoring in Advertising Design and Illustration. She is a rockstar in design and social media and is already making a splash in the industry.
Marley is a senior at the College for Creative Studies and came to us ready to work and learn in the space. She has already won awards for her work, is a member of the National Art Honor Society, and is proficient in design software. At Hudson, you will find her designing for clients and social media, keeping us organized, and collaborating with the team!
Outside of work, you will find her working on makeup artistry, stylin, or hanging our with her three cats Ty, Penelope, and Mei .
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