Portfolio of Completed Work
As project work is completed and clients have made the work public, we’ll share our analysis & thoughts of the process here.
Christian Gausvik, M.D. reached out to us to help him develop his new local foundation in Cincinnati, OH. This is how we helped him find his foundation’s voice.
Behind the scenes we’ve been working with HCV to rebuild their branding efforts from the ground up. In an organization that has established itself through years of tradition — we found ourselves having to develop in-house strategies in order to be allowed to move forward with our new designs.
Montessori Live became the first accredited online Montessori teacher training program in 2007 and their branding was an after-thought that remained the same for 10 years. We wanted to give them something spectacular that better represented the heart & soul of their organization.
Giving Voice Foundation
We were hired to build GVF’s website and within the scope of that project we also included producing a 5 minute Introduction video for the homepage.
Gulin and I met up with the foundation’s founder, Christian Gausvik, M.D. at the hospital he works at in downtown Cincinnati, OH to capture the footage for this. Fortunately for us the hospital has a gorgeous view that overlooks downtown so the video turned out great.
In this Christian talks about the reason the foundation was created, the branding we developed for them, as well as the upcoming events you’re welcome to join us at.
Holy Cross Village at Notre Dame Resident Interviews
HCV asked us to come in to their campus in South Bend, Indiana and start documenting the tremendous life stories of their residents.
The resident’s at Holy Cross Village are all great achievers in the world of academics, religion, and business.
In this series we learned as much about them as we did ourselves.
We look forward to expanding this series for years to come.
Interview Series: Why Did You Decide to Become a Montessori Teacher?
Montessori Live asked us to come visit their summer residency in Sarasota, Florida to get acclimated with their learning community, take photos, and to conduct interviews.
The interviews went so well that we’re planning on continually conducting interviews with Montessori educators from around the world — not just Montessori Live educators.
We feel that It takes a special kind of person to decide to become a teacher, especially a Montessori teacher and there’s not enough content out there showcasing how special these people really are.