Welcome to Creative Profiles, our personal-branding service engineered to rock your world.
We know what gets you hired, and we're here to build it for you.


If you want them to hire YOU and not the equally qualified candidate, you need an ass-kicking personal brand. "Really?" you may be thinking. Um ... it's only your career. 





I combined my experience running a creative-industry recruitment agency with my own creative/branding background to develop the Keva Dine Agency offshoot Creative Profiles, which allows me to provide the fullest service possible. I know what will get you hired, and I know how to help you get there.

Let’s do this!



My branding career began with rock stars and record-company suits, for whom I wrote artist biographies and executive profiles. A decade later I launched a branding agency, Editorial Emergency, focused on content and copy.

Before long a friend whose resume I wrote got a job at UCLA. When the employment market tanked in 2009, I starting working with Keva’s clients on their resumes and LinkedIn profiles.

I’ve gotten a CCO out of Maumee, Ohio, and into a gig with Razorfish in Austin, helped an employee of Western Connecticut State land a gig at Yale, and rerouted a career-switcher from account management to business development for City of Hope.

What can I do for YOU?


What people are saying ...

  • “Keva and Julia own it! Strategy, confidence and strength.”
    Kristine Ambrose
    Photographer + Graphic Designer
  • “Profile perfectionists ! My career story has now been captured and told in a more effective way.”
    Andrew Smits
  • “I can’t believe my original resume got me any work at all!”
    Jyl Freeman
    Senior Graphic Designer
  • “The day I called Keva was the day my job hunt changed. I feel so much more confident about the person I am presenting after this serious exercise in career development!”
    Lauren Colley
    Event Producer
  • “Thank you so much for your guidance and expertise. Thank you, thank you, thank you..”
    Andy Jenkins
    Creative Director