We work and play so well together. That’s helped us create one big happy track record for our clients.
When she isn’t deftly guiding the agency’s daily operations, Betsy can often be found painting bold colors onto canvas, walking briskly through the city’s West End, or setting off metal detectors in airports.
To put it tactfully, Steve is somewhat “vertically challenged.” But he says that’s a good thing, because he overcompensates by being verbally proficient. In fact, he’s standing on several of his awards.
VP – Creative Director/Principal
Back when Cindy was in art school in Ohio, she sketched people’s portraits at county fairs for money. She went on to become an award-winning graphic designer who sketches people’s pets for fun.
Associate Creative Director
He built a real tree house for his kids. He coaches youth baseball after-hours in the summer. And year-round, Brian skillfully crafts head-turning communications that knock “on target” right out of the park.
Senior Art Director
Stacy’s superb sense of design is matched only by her love of traveling. She and her husband might motor down to Charleston one weekend, then jet up to Chicago the next. So . . . what did you bring us?
VP – Account Services/Principal
Photo shoots to focus groups. Deadlines to budgets. Anne looks after our clients and their objectives in unflappable fashion. Even when she’s barreling through traffic to a meeting, not one hair is out of place.
Senior Account Executive
Our clients love David’s teasing sense of humor as much as they appreciate his responsiveness and attention to detail. They also like to return the teasing when his head is shaved each year for charity.
Media Manager/Assistant Account Executive
A calm demeanor and a fondness for knitting help Sarah deal with tight media deadlines and project loose ends. And her social media savvy allows us to “move the needle” across multiple platforms.
How appropriate, that a cat fancier should be the expert keeper of our agency’s "kitty." But don’t be fooled by the coy smile. While the rest of us color outside the lines, Phyllis manages by the numbers.
When things get tough, the tough get help. Really talented help – so we can handle unusually heavy workloads without compromising the quality of the work itself. (Check’s in the mail, Eli.)
Weighs maybe 15 pounds in the rain but thinks she’s The Big Dog (most likely because Betsy is her mother). Daisy is also a seasonal fashion plate and loves to rock a new bow or sweater.
Jelly was rescued by Anne and her husband. Now she’s content to hang out in Anne’s office, explore the oceanfront at Carolina Beach, and in general live the privileged life of a princess.
Often referred to as “Steve’s shadow,” Gracie is low-key and low-profile. Until the mailman arrives. She also enjoys sitting in during our meetings – but is soon heard snoring under the table.