My professional career has taken a few different directions and encompassed varied skill sets. Currently, I run KAJA circle, a virtual agency focused on the design and development of interactive media. For nearly fifteen years, I have created Websites, Intranets, graphic user interfaces and custom applications for the Web and portable devices for clients including Liz Claiborne and The Joyful Heart Foundation. I have also produced cause-related videos for a number of local and national organizations including The Children’s Defense Fund, Safe Horizon and The Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation.
Prior to founding KAJA circle, I co-founded Princeton Internet Group, Inc (PInG) and for held the position of Creative Director where I managed the design and development process for over 200 projects for a variety of clients including LG, Princeton University and The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
I began my career as a staff architect at CUH2A, Inc., a large architecture and engineering firm. I worked extensively with new media and became the leader of the firm’s Computer Visualization Group and worked closely with designers, engineers and clients to produce visualizations of various projects for clients including Eli Lilly, Hoechst-Roussel, Pfizer, and Merck. University clients included University of Maryland at Baltimore, Rutgers University and the University of Connecticut. One of my favorite projects was a ten-minute computer animated video for Procter & Gamble used to orient employees to their new Health Care Research Center and world headquarters.
Mr. Kliment was born in Prague, Czech Republic, raised in Princeton, New Jersey and received Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design.