Director of Content

Dylan Patterson

“Just because something works, doesn’t mean it can’t be improved.”

Dylan is a Marketing Associate at Proxy PR. Dylan started his journey to become a marketing professional in 2018 after graduating from Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont with a degree in Communications and Media Writing. At Proxy PR, he works closely with our clients to help lead their social media and marketing initiatives. His favorite parts of working with clients include writing industry-related content, working to secure speaking events and publishing in top industry publications, and helping our clients meet and surpass their goals. Dylan currently resides in the Music City—Nashville, TN and enjoys the live music, hot fried chicken, and everything Nashville has to offer!

What do clients like best about working with you?

I go above and beyond to be responsive, attentive, and respectful to all my clients and their companies. My clients love that day or night, any day of the week, they can depend on me no matter how big or small the task is.

Random Fact

I can play 5 different instruments.

What do you love about Proxy?

My favorite part about Proxy is how intimate and resourceful we are. This has helped our team build strong relationships and have a definite sense of trust between each other and our clients. While we are “small”, our work and dedication reflect that of a 100 person firm. From day 1 at Proxy, a sense of confidence and meticulous worth ethic has been instilled in us to make sure we are able to fulfill anything our clients throw our way.

What is one of your successes that you are most proud of and why?

I have loved working on the creative end on a lot of projects for clients. Whether it has been helping draft articles that would later be published, creating new company logos, or building and editing promotional videos for our clients, each has helped me build new skills and cultivate new passions that benefit our clients, our company, and myself.

Desert Island book/music/movie and why?

My desert island movie would be either Interstellar or Tenet. Interstellar is my favorite movie of all time so that would be an easy choice. Tenet is an interesting choice because I feel like I could watch it an infinite number of times and still never understand the plot.

When I’m not working hard for clients, you can find me: