We live in an age where finding a talented photographer or designer is as easy as scrolling through an Instagram feed or Pinterest board. However, simply having access to great creative talent doesn’t necessarily yield great creative work. We believe that great work is reflective of a more holistic process than just what the end product looks like. Simply put, we want our conduct to match or exceed the quality of our work and it’s the reason why we choose to found our business on core beliefs and not just our portfolios.
We don’t want to be nice people. We want to be kind people—people who are rooted in a genuineness that isn’t contingent on getting something in return. We will undoubtedly falter in this belief at times, but are nonetheless motivated by its challenge. Kindness is the way we want to win in our business and in our lives.
We want to become masters of our crafts. However, we believe that mastery doesn’t necessarily come from a certain hour amount of practice, but rather a lifetime of consistently choosing to pursue more. We’re committed to being thoughtful and skilled creators who view our crafts as something we get to do instead of have to do.
We believe that how we create is just as important as what we create. This means that we prioritize the cultivation of a warm and welcoming creative experience in our business. From first email to final delivery, we want our clients to feel seen, heard, and be reminded that they are unique and valued people.
We are followers of Jesus and firmly believe that our desire and ability to create is not of our own doing—it’s of His. When we create, whether it’s a photograph or logo, we believe we are entering into a divine creative heritage that affords us the ability to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine (Eph 3:20).