I know a little something about branding. As I've changed and evolved, so has my business, brand, and hair.
I’m guessing that you might be on a similar path of refinement. While your current website and existing brand have no doubt served you well, you know it’s time to move on and start fresh.
You’re ready to transform your brand into what it really is today.
It’s exciting, emotional and maybe bittersweet but it's time to make a change.
Hi, I’m Steph. A one-gal graphic design and photography studio based in sunny California.
It’s my job to deliver a package that tells your story in a creative and cohesive way. What I do isn’t just about choosing color palettes and fonts: it’s about listening, problem-solving and helping you look at things from a new perspective. It’s about digging in and helping you create a brand that is uniquely yours.
It’s also about being seen. That’s why I offer brand photography as part of my services. Like my designs, my photographs are unique — I go high, I get low, I capture moments between moments. Warm and vibrant photos of you in your element tie everything together, set you apart and bring your brand to life.
A little more about me ...
I've been a creative my whole life and I’ve been doing this type of work for more than 20 years. I have a B.S. in Graphic Design and a B.A. in Photography.
Career-wise, a big shift happened six years ago when I found myself in a well paying (soul-sucking) state job. On the surface it was all the things a job "should be" but I knew I had to get out. The day I left I literally ran to my unknown future. I felt SO ALIVE. A year later I took a life-changing trip to New Mexico.
It was there I found my magic, my mighty within.
When I came home I decided that I wanted to work with those who, like me, are passionate about what they do and are willing to put it on the line to get it.
I love big rings, dirty boots, messy (silver) hair, dancing, interior styling, Sammy + Pip, and my vintage motorcycle(s). I can be found most weekends sharing a glass of wine with my family in Placerville, CA.