Gittings Hires Catherine Handlin as Client Relations Representative

Posted by Barry Benton on Jul 22, 2007 9:46:00 AM

Gittings announces hiring of Catherine Handlin as Client Relations representative

Dallas, TX - Gittings, the leading Dallas family and executive portrait studio, is pleased to announce the hiring of Catherine Handlin as Client Relations representative.

Catherine is originally from Abilene, TX, and graduated in December, 2006 from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth with a major in Communications/PR. While at TCU, Catherine was involved in the Tri Delta sorority and volunteered her time to Cook Children's Medical Center. She also spent a semester studying abroad in London which broadened her horizons both educationally and culturally.

In her new role at Gittings, Catherine will be responsible for all aspects of interaction between Gittings and our clients including assisting clients prepare for portrait sessions, helping them select images and insuring that all portraits meet the client's and Gittings' standards and requirements.

"We're very excited about having Catherine join our team." said Barry Benton, CEO at Gittings. "Her education at TCU and work experience make her a perfect fit to serve our clients."

Before joining Gittings, Catherine had participated in professional internships for Baker Botts, L.L.P.; RSVP Soiree; Witherspoon Advertising and the Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth.

About Gittings Gittings was founded by Paul Linwood Gittings, Sr. in 1928. For generations the Gittings studios have been synonymous with exceptional portraiture. Gittings photographers are professionally qualified and the art is practiced with skillful respect and deliberation, striving for images reflecting character, personality and kindly interpretation. Appointments are scheduled through our studios located in the Texas metropolitan areas of Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston. Services include Family Portraiture, Executive Imaging and Special Event Photography.

Gittings is the "photographer of choice" for Texas business leaders, celebrities and upscale consumer and its portraits have been an institution throughout the South since its formation.