Call it marketing, photography, social media, web design, videography or branding, it's all about communication and connection. With expertise and craft, a message is broadcasted that elicits an emotional response from the intended audience. A message that communicates purpose, connects with a need, and starts a conversation. The message is composed of many integral pieces. Branding, imagery, copy, video, user interface - the amalgam of a company's entire operations starting with the first sketch of an idea all the way through to the customer service call. When done correctly, these components create one cohesive experience of a brand.

Working for small brands since 2005 I have managed or participated in all of these processes. Read on about the companies I have provided solutions for.

Mission Workshop

Launched company with owners and established the brand image and direction. Developed and maintain Continuously updating photography library to communicate brand and purpose. Amplifying the brand's message and increasing sales by implementing marketing efforts online in social and search as well as supporting personable events like trade shows, pop-up shops, and store events. More recently, managed the creation and launch of Mission Workshop's mountain bike division, ACRE.

Echos Communications

Branding, website development, and graphic work for clients of this San Francisco PR firm including Levi's Commuter Series, Nonetheless Garments, Stoked SF, and Moment Industries. As well as the design and development of the Echos Communications website.

Goorin Bros.

Managed eComm department. Developed and coordinated the production and implementation of Drupal website. Produced catalogs and sales collateral, product photography, email campaigns, and point-of-purchase display.

Chrome Industries

Developed and expanded on established brand image and visual communications for San Francisco messenger bag and apparel company, via website, advertisements, print collateral, and photography.

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- Evan

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