One Good Turn(s)

The Slayton family loaded up their skis and headed east to Maine for a weekend of philanthropy and fun at Black Mountain with none other than Dr. McDreamy himself. Patrick Dempsey, a Maine native and avid skier was hosting a fundraiser to help honor the memory of his mother, who passed away in 2014 after […]

Operation Elevation

They call it The Greatest Snow on Earth™ and I’d have to agree, nothing compares to Utah skiing. I was 16 when my Dad took me skiing to Utah (Park City & Alta). It all came full circle this year as my 16 year old son Ben came into his own as a skier. Cue […]

W!ld About Millennials

We’ll go ahead and kick this off by saying, this is not a slam piece about millennials. We like them, we employ them, we admire them, we think we should stop talking about them like they are some rare species that is never in the room. Late last year we were contracted to help bring […]

Admissions of What Matters

When my daughter graduated from high school last May we already had our professional foot solidly in the higher education door. Our experience with SUNY Plattsburgh, Paul Smith’s College, Merrimack among others, we had a pretty good idea of what to expect from colleges trying to get the attention of high school kids. The viewbooks […]


We started working with Dan Britten and the International Shooter Federation before anything existed visually to represent the organization or its event. It’s often the case that we send creative out into the world and then that’s it. Luckily with International Shooter we were given a shot to see it in action. I went to […]

Smells Like School Spirit*

We’re pleased to kick off the year, a little tardy, with the announcement that our work for Paul Smith’s College has earned 3 Gold Medals from the Collegiate Advertising Awards. The work has been a labor of love as we have an alumnus of the college in our family, which may explain how our woodworking […]