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Mountain Men: Branding and Website

We recently had the privilege of developing a new logo and website for Mountain Men, a growing –…

Holiday Lights

’Tis the season to sparkle 🎄Our friends at Lake Compounce asked us to make their traditional holiday event even more…

HoldFast Gear: Western Collection

Giddy Up 🐎Inspired by the Wild West and forged from a pioneering spirit, the Western Collection was born…

Happy Hauntings

We’ve always got a few tricks up our sleeve for Halloween. So when Lake Compounce asked us to give…

Signature Symphony

We’re jazzed that we had the chance to develop a new brand and website for Signature Symphony that matches…

Evangel University

Congratulations to Evangel Athletics on the recent launch of their new mascot, Valor! Valor is depicted by a white…

The Edge of Another Decade at Hampton Creative

19. I can clearly remember those first few days as we opened our doors for business on July…

A Few of Our Favorite Things

2019 has been a year full of inspired work and exceptional people. Here are just a few of our favorite things…

Mining For Interactive Gold In The Information Age

In the Information Age, organizations of all sizes and subcultures have the opportunity to live and thrive on the web like never before.

Diving Into SeaWorld San Antonio. (Yep, We Totally Messed With Texas).

For the past 6 months, we’ve been living underwater. Figuratively speaking, sure, but when you have the privilege to work with SeaWorld, you just want to dive deep in support of their mission: To protect and preserve the wild wonders of our world.

Souls, Goals, and Roles

Most people, outside of the agency world, look at me with their head slightly tilted when I inform them of my position as Creative Operations lead. Some go straight to thinking of account management. Others assume that managing our profitability (aka traffic) is my primary function. Both aren’t wrong. But they are not exactly right, either =)

5 Myths About Artists

MYTH #1: Artists are messy and disorganized. Anyone who has been to my house knows this isn’t true. It’s easy to assume that all artists fit into that mold portrayed in movies and tv shows: brushes and debris trailing through the studio inhabited by someone with a paint-splattered smock who hasn’t washed their hair in two weeks.

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