My First 3 Months in a Digital Agency

Written by Damion Hazael

Posted on: Monday, Mar 06

It’s just passed 3 months since I started working for Digital Storm and can I just say, where has the time gone?! It seems like last week I was walking out of my final A-level exam. The last few months have flown by, but working with such a great and professional team has made me feel completely welcome and the transition seem like nothing. I am thrilled to be a part of the team and it has so far been a pleasure to learn from them.

Life at the Agency

Life with this digital agency is hard to beat, I’d imagine. I still can’t believe that I have landed a job with people who can nearly consume more caffeine than me! I never say no to a cup if someone else is making it as Paul (Director – Digital Storm) reminded me with his last round. The thing that surprised me the most about working in a digital agency with a studio environment is how quiet it is. Several hours can go by where the only interruption to the great Spotify playlist is someone offering to make a coffee. The silence is great though and it’s because everyone is engrossed with all the great work we do here.

One of my favourite things about my role (and life in general for a digital agency) is the variation of work. It’s perfect for the chameleons out there, since no two days are the same. This is due to working for many different clients and doing internal work as well – one minute I’m designing images for the new Digital Storm website, the next I’m researching google keywords for a new business here in Bournemouth. It’s a career that attracts passionate people and I’ve yet to undertake a task that hasn’t interested me. This is good for our clients, since it helps us to deliver a high quality.

Future with Digital Storm

I’m excited about my future with Digital Storm. I have recently passed my first Google Adwords exam thanks to Beth (Digital Marketing Executive – Digital Storm). I have also started on my diploma in Digital Marketing with 3AAA academy in Southampton. I hope to use this to improve my skills and knowledge and help our clients more.


Written by Curtis Williams

Written by Damion Hazael

Posted on: Monday, Mar 06


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