Sue Harrison


An avid sailor, Sue enjoys spending time on the water as much as she does leading the media department at DHD. She credits her past industry experience for providing a strong foundation for her strategic and research-based skills. More importantly, these experiences influenced her views on media and inspired her to re-examine the entire process.

Today, DHD practices her vision for a cost-effective, accountable process that combines the art and science of media strategy, planning and buying to increase visibility and deliver measurable results. Sue also oversees the account side of the business to ensure client expectations are not only met, but also exceeded.

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A historic location

The historic 333 North Michigan Avenue Building was constructed in 1927 on the site of Fort Dearbon, the first Chicago settlement built in 1803. Fort Dearborn was strategically positioned along the Chicago River making it a prime location for travel and trafficking goods – and now it positions the building in heart of Michigan Avenue.

The first thing you notice is the unmistakable art deco design. It was derived directly from Eero Saarinen’s designs for the Chicago Tribune Tower and his Grant Park skyscraper proposal. A bas-relief frieze by sculptor Enrique Alferez winds around the building, commemorating Chicago’s pioneer past while adding exquisite detailing.


333 North Michigan Avenue