Miami Horror needed an improved webstore that allowed them to perform several specialty functions, including a forced IP redirect for users from various to countries to country specific duplicate stores - and they needed it quickly. Within a week, we had designed the final store, duplicated it, and added and configured all of the products.


WEBSITE & Product Photography

Native + Nomad, a Nashville boutique with two locations, wanted to expand to the digital realm and needed a robust and easy to use ecommerce solution. They wanted something clean, modern, and image heavy with superior functionality to handle various needs. We built this mobile responsive store on the Shopify platform as well as shot all of their initial product offerings and then trained the staff on both, even setting up a fully functioning photo studio.

Create Happy Moments


Create Happy Moments, a non-profit based out of Ohio, approached us because they were unhappy with the Wordpress site they were utilizing and wanted something that was much more engaging and visually stimulating. We landed on a fairly simple site in terms of structure which allowed for multigenerational use, but a modern and image heavy design.



MARV (Meaning Accomplishment Relationships Vitality) is an offshoot of the Welcome to College brand, a Dayton, OH based software and services company that specializes in connecting colleges with prospective students. The idea behind MARV is that students should pick a school to further their education by focusing inward on their desires and happiness above all other factors. Based on the principles of finding meaning, measuring accomplishments, positive relationships, and inspiring vitality, MARV would aide students through the difficult college selection process. They wanted the logo to be simple, modern and encompass the values of the company. After several rounds of various branding mocks, they decided on the image above.




FlowerGypsies, a Nashville, TN based floral design company was looking to update their branding while we were building their website. They wanted a new logo that flowed and had a hand-drawn, illustrated feel. Caitlin worked on several pen lettering variations that we then scanned into Photoshop and vectorized. After deciding on the above script, Richard then printed it on watercolor paper and painted the floral accents which were then also scanned into Photoshop. After a few tweaks, the final design was created in Illustrator.