Fun Friday at ATI

PIZZA

It goes without saying that employee recognition sparks motivation, engagement, and increased productivity. Pizza was provided during lunch today to acknowledge and show appreciation for the hard work and achievements of our employees. Not only did the pizza fill our bellies, but it also warmed our hearts. Who doesn’t love free pizza at lunchtime?

ATI is filled with a team of incredibly productive, creative, and talented people. We thought it might be fun to get our creative staff to help us out with our latest blog post. So we sent an email blast to our staff and asked, “If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose ____________.”

The results were pretty awesome, and we had a lot of fun reading all of the answers and why they chose the artwork.

Name: Tim Morgan

Role at ATI: Senior Designer

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose an MC Escher print like “Drawing Hands” because my imagination could always be active and I can create all the time.

 

Name: Alla Hesse

Role at ATI: Marketing Coordinator

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose “The Kiss by Klimt. This is the first painting that came to mind, because how can one resist an image that is full of life, love, and passion.

 

Name: Christine Espina

Role at ATI: Receptionist/Marketing Assistant

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose the Eiffel Tower or St. Peter’s Basilica.

 

Role at ATI: Peter Shutts

Role at ATI: Principal Architect

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose Michelangelo’s “David”.

 

Name: Phillip Caires

Role at ATI: Director of Special Projects

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose Graffiti on an alley wall in SoHo New York.

 

Role at ATI: Rod Sepulveda

Role at ATI: Job Captain

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose for the fun one, Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”. I will be standing behind the guy screaming, like he’s running away from me. LOL! For the serious one, I will be walking around “Relativity” by M.C. Escher.

 

Name: Teresa Jennings

Role at ATI: Project Administrator

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose Fallingwater.

 

Name: Joaquin Garcia

Role at ATI: Junior Accountant

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose Georges-Pierre Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte”.

 

Name: Rachel Hamilton

Role at ATI: Principal Architect

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose Georges-Pierre Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, or maybe “Breezing Up” by Winslow Homer or any photo of Yosemite by Ansel Adams.

 

 Name: Dan Schweickert

Role at ATI: Operations and Business Process Manager

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose as a math person at heart, I’ve got to go with anything MC Escher. As a businessperson, I would like to live in Scrooge McDuck’s vault.

 

Name: Donna Foster

Role at ATI: Construction Administrator

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose the chalk pick from Mary Poppins that they jump into.

 

Name: David Eshe

Role at ATI: CAD Operator

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose the Nautilus submarine Art Car.

 

 Name: Laura Cullen

Role at ATI: Marketing Assistant

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose the Bunratty Castle in County Clare, Ireland, because I visited there with my family. We have traced back our Cullen heritage and met our Irish relatives.

 

Name: Aaron Epperson

Role at ATI: Designer

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose Max Ernst “Europe After the Rain”. A juicy, post-apocalyptic world made of rainbow ice cream.  I believe it is the only place a boy like me can be truly happy.

 

Name: May Mohamed

Role at ATI: Job Captain

My Answer: If I could live inside a work of art, I would choose a Chihuly sculpture.

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