Print, Web, Identity & More

Typical Projects

Sometimes a client proposes a project that requires a steep climb up the learning curve. Either way, we have the experience and the right tools for the job.

Digital Tools

Adobe Creative Cloud



Hand Tools

iMac, iPad, MacBook

Nikon Camera

Note Pad

Clients who seek something a little different lead us to explore various styles of websites and logos — always something new and interesting!


It was our pleasure to help Harvest of Hope develop an annual report that chronicles one very successful year in the life of a vital organization and its devoted volunteers.

Previously, we had created posters, handouts, rack cards and other materials that could be produced as needed which we then donated to the board.

Our compliments to the talented graphic designer who created the logo and color palette and did very nice work for Harvest of Hope prior to our involvement.

It has been my good fortune to work with several gifted designers whose visual brilliance adds tangible value to brands and projects. The good ones are born with their talent, explore it on their own, study under experienced teachers, then apply that combined talent, knowledge and experience to commercial and personal works.

From painting playgrounds to leading school levy campaigns to annual reports, we have always supported the arts, children and education.

Some projects are just fun to do! And it is always rewarding to help raise money for a good cause.

If you’re trying to persuade people to do something, or buy something,
it seems to me you should use their language,
the language they use every day, the language in which they think.

We try to write in the vernacular.

David Ogilvy