March 30, 2020

Update: KieranTimberlake's COVID-19 Response

Two weeks ago, KieranTimberlake announced a temporary closure of its office and canceled all non-essential travel in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Since then, our staff has been working remotely with great success, and projects are continuing without interruption. We've found many ways to maintain the collaborative energy in our work and are confident in our capacity to provide the best service to our clients.  
 
As COVID-19 continues to spread and stay-at-home orders remain in effect regionally and nationally, KieranTimberlake will maintain its work-from-home operations through April, with a return to the studio tentatively scheduled for Monday, May 4. All travel will remain restricted to emergency needs only through April 15, at minimum. We are following CDC, Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania Commonwealth guidelines, as well as adequately accounting for our staff and their best interests. 
 
We'll stay flexible and agile as this situation changes, and we expect you will too. You can find updates on this website page and our social media channels. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. 

WHAT THIS MEANS FOR CLIENTS AND COLLABORATORS

Our work on projects with clients, collaborators, and each other will continue without interruption. KieranTimberlake has been working diligently to ensure we can maintain our collaborative practice and our services seamlessly operating throughout this health crisis, albeit remotely, following current advisories and laws.  

  • We will continue to work and meet as planned primarily via GoTo Meeting, Microsoft Teams, and other collaboration platforms.
  • Your point of contact at KieranTimberlake will stay in close communication with you and keep you informed of any changes in how we work together.
  • We will be flexible, listen to our clients' concerns and needs, and adjust accordingly.

We are truly grateful to our clients, collaborators, and staff for remaining steadfast during these uncertain times.