Add3 – Digital Marketing Agency with offices in Seattle & Portland

Meet The Team is our way of introducing the people that make Add3 great! This time around, we’d like you meet Willis Liao, Senior Account Manager.


Tell us a little bit about yourself!

I was born in Taiwan but grew up in Seattle. In college I majored in Computer Science initially, but transferred to Theatre because it was the logical thing to do. I once lived in a chicken hut on a mountain where spiders, snakes, and raccoons roamed. I also had the opportunity to sit across from Jerry Bruckheimer in his massive office expecting to go on a luxurious cruise trip with Captain Jack Sparrow. The fame and glamour of Hollywood was a bit much so I moved back to Seattle for the fame and glamour of digital marketing… also the logical thing to do.

Oh, I am also terrified of rubber bands, balloons, and slugs.

How long have you been working at Add3? Digital marketing?

818 human days or 0.2 dog years, whichever sounds more impressive.

What is your favorite part about working here at Add3?

The half bananas.

Would you rather live in space or under the sea?

Matt Damon.

Favorite things to do when you’re not at work?

I spend a good amount of time exploring the outdoor. I also run quite a bit whenever I am not leveling up a character for a major boss fight.

We know you (really) like puppies, Willis. But what kind of puppies are your favorite and if you had one, what would you name him/her?

If I am to bring home a puppy today it would be a French Bulldog. I can’t possibly decide on a name right now so here are a few I have in mind:

  • Kaiju
  • Snort
  • Ultraman
  • Mike Scaturo (editors note: aww, thanks Willis!)


@willis…please follow me. I promise you will not be entertained.

Mike Scaturo

About Mike Scaturo

Mike Scaturo, a New York native turned PNW imposter, is an Account Coordinator at Add3. Before joining Add3, Mike worked as Marketing Coordinator for Seattle Interactive. Outside of the office, you can find Mike hiking, searching for Seattle’s best slice of pizza, or trying to keep his cats off the kitchen counter.

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