Below you’ll find examples of noteworthy project work we’ve done for our clients.

Website Projects

Many small companies need to refresh their branding. We’ve created brand new logos for new organizations (Giving Voice), completely redesigned old logos (Montessori Live), and refreshed an old logo while maintaining the integrity of the original (Holy Cross Village). The goal is to offer creative brand flexibility so the people of your organization and third parties can utilize it perfectly, on every medium, on and offline.


Launched: Dec. 2021

Insight Retail Software Logo

Launched: Aug. 2021

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We love conducting interviews with local business, nonprofit leaders, passionate workers, seniors, and inspiring teachers that make the world a better place. We’d love to come visit you, record you, and share your stories with the world.

Giving Voice Foundation

We were hired to build GVF’s website, which included producing a five-minute Introduction video for their homepage.

Gulin and I met with the foundation’s founder, Christian Gausvik, M.D. at his hospital in downtown Cincinnati to capture the footage. The hospital has a gorgeous view that overlooks downtown, which helped the video turn out great. 

Christian talks about the reason the foundation was created, the branding we developed for them, as well as their upcoming events.

Holy Cross Village at Notre Dame Resident Interviews

HCV asked us to come in to their campus in South Bend, Indiana and to document the life stories of their residents, many of whom are high achievers in the worlds of academics, religion, and business. In the process we learned as much about them as we did ourselves. We look forward to expanding this series for years to come.

#retirelikeachampion #lifechampionseries

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 learn about their community, take photos, and conduct interviews. The interviews went so well that we’re planning on continually conducting interviews with Montessori educators from around the world. It takes a special kind of person to decide to become a teacher–especially a Montessori teacher. There’s not enough out there showcasing how special these people really are, but we hope to change that very soon.