In case you haven't already stalked me on social media, this is me. I've been in the advertising and branding world for a long time now and I've seen a lot of things come and go. What never changes, though, is the need for some good, solid thinking behind the messages you send out into the world. Yeah, we live in a Snapchatty, two-clicks-or-I'm-gone reality - but your brand is the rock. I'd love to help you dig in and figure it out, and then we can turn it into a website, a video script, a post, a digital campaign, a tagline, an ad, a t-shirt, a mailer, a popcorn tin ... are popcorn tins still a thing?
A little about my background:
Marketing Director, COO
My work with Project31 has been one of those rare moments in the marketing world when you get to contribute to something truly meaningful. Project31 is a nonprofit dedicated to helping women and their families rebuild emotionally and spiritually after breast cancer. I'm just here to help give a voice to this message that is so much more powerful than anything I could ever write.
Brand building, Copywriting
Also 2015-present :)
I work with a variety of clients to help them communicate their message, and that takes on all different forms: video scripts, website copy, digital marketing, print pieces, and overall brand voice.
Creative Director, SVP
Ackerman McQueen, OKC
Had a lot of fun working on a big variety of clients, from healthcare to nonprofits to insurance to education. Full-service ad agency goodness, from print to digital to broadcast.
Director of Chaos
Had a baby. Didn't sleep much, don't remember much.
Life.Church Central Offices
Church marketing ain't what it used to be. And man, did we have fun getting to push the boundaries. This was two years of my career that taught me a lot about having the guts to be the first to do something and not being afraid to say something because you really, truly, passionately believe in what you do.
Stubble Creative, Inc.
It was just me and my trusted co-worker/friend. We left our jobs, took the leap out into entrepreneurship and built a business serving clients with their marketing and branding needs. I left when Life.Church called (I mean, how do you say no to GOD?), but Stubble Creative still lives on, in the hands of two great people.