Hi, my name is Dylan Kemp. I am a budding creative and aspiring marketing and advertising mogul from Los Angeles, California. I am also a contributing writer for The Source Magazine, and a music producer.
I am a recent graduate from Morehouse College, a historically Black college in Atlanta, Georgia, with a degree in English and a minor in Economics.
The majority of my experience lies in the entertainment industry, holding marketing, merchandising, and brand/business development internships with Studio71 and Stiletto Entertainment. I transitioned to Public Relations while interning with Austin Hunter Management Group. I was later promoted to Junior Publicist and executed PR campaigns for two up-and-coming artists. At the same time that I began my journey in Public Relations, I also began writing for The Source Magazine.
In 2020 I began working with LAGRANT Communications, a Los Angeles-based integrated marketing firm specializing in communications geared towards the African American, Latinx, LGBTQIA+ markets. Prior to working with LAGRANT, I had no formal advertising experience. However, advertising had always been something I wanted to try my hand at since I watched Mad Men while in middle school and high school.
Utilizing my creativity and versatile writing ability, within two months I had written copy and developed radio, print, and digital advertisements for The Sierra Health Foundation and Hyundai. Now, as a consultant with LAGRANT, I not only develop copy and advertisements but focus on account management work as well.