Here's the story.

We help brands by defining identity, web & screen design, and all the weird projects in between. We define clear financial, awareness, and growth goals. We prioritize autonomy in the workplace. We try to make a positive impact in the communities where we live and work. We want to have fun and be nice to each other.

We exist to bring out the best in your brand. We’re more than technicians. We’re in your corner for the entire process, and we focus on clients looking for lasting partnerships.

Our company has existed as an umbrella for client work since 2008, and grew into a full-time agency by 2014.

Bronson O'Quinn

You're trapped inside a company's staff bio. The name and picture don't belong to you. You try to escape, but bump the invisible bounding boxes of the website's code. Your only hope is that, in this short paragraph, you find someone who knows enough web development to get you out OR who's read enough fourth-wall-breaking prose to guess the ending. You read the name again and wonder if he fits either or both of those qualifications. Spoiler alert: he does.
Focus: Development, UI, SEO & Analytics

Caleb Costelle

Growing up on Indiana Jones, Star Wars, and Lord of the Rings, Caleb carries with him a sense of adventure and optimism in everything he does. With eight years of professional graphic design experience, he has honed his skills to fight the enemies of visual communication. Muddled layouts, off-brand colors and poorly kerned letters are his foes, his coworkers are his fellowship, and coffee is what boosts him in his time of need. His goal: to help create a better-designed world.
Focus: Design, Illustration, Identity, Creative, UI, Digital, Print

Dana Rogers

I am passionate about my cats, chickens, gardening, and my photo-life. I'm chatty, and I'm thirsty for a drink. My style is cinematic, so my "posing" is more along the lines of being spur-of-the-moment-movement or reminiscent of pausing like oil-painted, impressions. I seek rainbows and will ask you to silly walk or anything else that prompts genuine complimentary smiles more than cheezin' at the camera.
Focus: Photography, Image Strategy

Elizabeth Hall

Elizabeth made her first move to the Big City when she joined the Mediocre team, an impulse move made upon hearing rumors about Lexington's food and ghost sightings. When she's not delving into urban ruins or poring through the treasures of an estate sale, she's cracking into a good book, taking her cat on walks, and failing to cook tofu properly.
Focus: Design, Identity, UI, Digital, Packaging, Animation

Olivia Kalinowski

You know the script. She's a protagonist from a small Midwestern town who dreamed of becoming a writer… or fashion designer… or local who spends all day nibbling pastries and sipping lattes in her lavish yet questionably affordable apartment in NYC. Instead, Olivia wound up married in rural Kentucky with two rescue dogs. Coming to a (small) screen near you, join Olivia as she sets out on another creative venture while she discovers the meaning of life. Help - she's stuck in a generic Rom-Com.
Focus: Language, Messaging, SEO

Sarah Brown

Sticky from climbing in the summer heat, Sarah faced two tasks: leap a hold just out of reach, and stifle a scream now that the spider had firmly positioned itself on the bridge of her nose. She held on one-handed, composed herself, and completed the route. The spider made it too.
Focus: Strategy, Research, Messaging, Accounts

Shawn Saylor

Shawn's an avid member of the Lexington creative community. He likes clean lines and bright colors. He's often distracted by conversations about music and bizarre imagery. His anecdote: we could probably fit all this lumber in the car. It'll sag a little and the guys at Home Depot may laugh, but we're not making two trips.
Focus: Identity, Messaging, Creative, UI, Accounts

Teagan Miller

A native of Los Angeles, Teagan moved to Lexington on a whim and found that it was filled with cool people that she wanted to stay and hang out with. Her free time is filled with self-help literature, Tarot cards, yoga and drumming. She is secretly trying to convert all her friends to veganism.
Focus: Operations, Messaging

Trevor Holder

"Look, everyone, just stay calm!" A voice blared as they all frantically stowed their loot and fled from their hunters. In a moment of passion, fueled by fear and possibly courage, Trevor charged head first into the hallway, his last and worst decision. In an instant, he found himself wounded, crawling on the ground and pleading for help. Everyone was picked off. Then, silence. "Welp, my bad guys…I really gotta be done for tonight. Catch ya tomorrow!", Trevor apologized, removed his headset, stowed his elite controller, and turned off the Xbox and TV. He still lays in bed at night pondering what could have been if only he had been more patient. So much loot, gone.
Focus: Business Development

We're in Your Corner.

We believe in a highly collaborative approach. We’ll guide the process, working with decision-makers from your team—we’re not just technicians.

We focus on what makes you unique in your market; what gives you purpose; what advantages you bring to your customers, and we hope to serve as a lasting partner for your business. We post up in your corner, and your goals are our goals.

Share your thoughts and concerns freely. Being team players goes across the board.

We work with around 40 clients annually.