New Faces at FARM

Still growing strong.

We’re not just helping our clients grow. We cultivate our own growth here at FARM too. Check out our new idea Cultivators!

Kaity Augustyniak joins FARM as our new business development specialist. She previously held a position with LocalEdge as a digital marketing strategist. Kaity has an MBA in strategic marketing management, and a bachelor’s in communication studies from Niagara University. When she’s not working on agency marketing, you’ll catch her pouring tastings on the local wine trail. She also enjoys reading, listening to true crime podcasts, and photography.



Jeff “Mace” Maciejewski joins FARM’s expanding content team as a video production specialist and photographer. Mace hails from Buffalo and has proudly worked with a variety of clients over the years, using creative imagery to tell their stories. He has a bachelor’s in media production from Buffalo State College and when he’s not shooting and editing, he also enjoys collecting records.



Juliana Conidi is the newest graphic designer at FARM. She has a bachelor’s in communication design from Buffalo State College and previously held a position as a digital designer with Manzella Marketing. When Juliana isn’t artistically crafting logo designs or print and digital layouts, she is most likely honing her creative skills painting and drawing. She also loves to read and travel to Italy to visit family.



Jennifer Linder is joining FARM as a proofreader. While she is from Western New York, she earned a bachelor’s in English at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, as well as a JD from Suffolk University Law School. After her previous position with MIT for 22 years, Jennifer happily returned to the Buffalo area to be with her husband and 2 stepsons. Jennifer is well traveled, avidly practices Bikram yoga, and is a Scrabble addict, IPA enthusiast, and listener of true crime podcasts.



Can you see yourself working with us? Check out our open positions and contact us with your resume and cover letter.

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