Hi, I'm Lindsay, and I'm totally rocking secret yoga pants under my office desk in this photo!
...are you guilty of that too? ok. We'll be fast friends.
I know how it feels to be bursting at the seams with creative ideas and exciting concepts without knowing how to turn them into an intentional brand or social strategy – I've been there, and you're not alone.
After working in boutique, agency and in-house social media, marketing and design, it's safe to say that I dream in clever tweets and dreamy logos. No, really - I do!
I'll provide you with the resources and education to style a brand and social presence that you're proud of; one that will make you want to put yourself out there and GROW - whether that means meeting new clients, rocking it at a creative summit, or setting up shop at your first small shop marketplace.
I know that when you put your purpose before the process of your business, that's when the magic happens. Your business isn't just a 9-to-5 work grind, it's your livelihood, and it's time to make it count.
More about me...
+ I really love Fall Out Boy. Like, seen-them-10-times-and-have-met-them love. What can I say?
+ Although I was raised in the South, I don't have a Southern accent! I'm not mad about it.
+ I was the editor-in-chief of my college newspaper, and it taught me huge career lessons.
I’ve always found it hard not to be creating. From stints in creative writing, to photography, to blogging - the need to have a fulfilling hustle is real for me and propels me forward.
In college I was dead-set on breaking into the competitive world of fashion magazine journalism, with my sights set on moving to New York City ASAP after graduation.
As much as I planned out my career, life had other plans.
After kicking off my career in advertising in Atlanta, I moved a year later to Denver, where I began working full-time in social media and digital marketing. My team was small, and outside of social all graphic design work also fell on my plate – and I loved it.
Flash forward to now: I'm living in St. Louis (Midwest is best!), enjoying a new adventure in a new city with my new husband, Paul, and dogs, River and Brooke. I still listen to pop punk on the daily, (music post-2007 is the worst!), will always win in a sushi-eating contest and could spend hours dabbling in InDesign. I've experienced more change in the last three years of my life than I ever have before, which has empowered me to grow, adapt and savor my awesome little digital community.
This path and story isn't what I had in mind – it's much greater than that, and pushes me each day.
I can't wait to get to know you!