As marketing communicators, the new world of online and social media has caused us to re-think how and where we can best reach the audiences we want to influence. But as much as the business has changed, what we do at a fundamental level remains the same. Our job is to "use words and pictures to make a point" - same as it's always been. You might see our work on a mobile phone screen instead of a magazine page, and our press release might get picked up by a blogger instead of the local newspaper, but the skills required to be effective are relatively unchanged.

Advertising/Creative Services

Concept Development
Media Planning & Buying
Specialty/Promotional Advertising
Brand & Product Naming

Public Relations

Strategic Planning & Message Development
Media Relations
Press Releases/Writing & Distribution
Speaking Programs
Executive Interviews
Press Tours
Media Research
Feature Articles
Case Histories
Event Management
Crisis Communications
Publicity Recaps


Corporate Identities
Brand Identities
Packaging Design
Photography Planning & Supervision
Web Site Design
Catalog & Brochure Design
Product Literature
Trade Show Graphics
Presentations (Powerpoint/Keynotes)

Interactive & Multi-Media

Web Site Development & Design
Banner Advertising
Email Marketing
Social Media
Search Engine Optimization

  • A new corporate identity program
    for a traditional home furnishings
    manufacturer re-positioned the
    company as a style leader. The
    company was recognized by trade
    buyers as a Top 10 supplier in
    its category, ahead of many
    larger competitors.