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Katy Osborn
Client Gatherer
Massaging Maker
Eldest Sister

For more than a decade, Katy has worked with brands as the client liaison, strategist, copywriter and general overseer of things. Katy enjoys giving talks to business owners about building a sticky brand (even if she has to picture them in their skivvies).

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Katy loves to dumpster dive for hidden treasures. Her fave find was a shipping container she turned into a home for garden tools.

Jenny Alberti
Graphics Slinger
Art Overseer
Middlest Sister

Jenny was an artist at a young age (our parents’ walls prove it). She has an uncanny ability to turn off-the-wall ideas into reality. She’s a creative whiz in every medium: pencil and paper, mouse and monitor, cutting knife and cardboard.

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Jenny has come to terms with the fact that she hoards rulers, notebooks, and tote bags.

Andrea Alberti
Video Capturer
Image Animator
Youngest Sister

Andrea started out in culinary school before switching to digital film arts. Thank goodness because we’re not sure how well logo loafs would sell. Andrea’s artsy-fartsy perspective and wide-ranging skills allows us to produce unconventional, impression-generating videos for our clients.

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Andrea loves to watch The Great British Bake Off, even though she can’t eat anything they make on the show.

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Toot Toot!

2017 Silver Addy Award | Illustration
Featured on Layout by Flywheel

2016 Silver Addy Award | Illustration
Featured on Art of the Menu, 2016

Kickstarter Staff Pick, 2015

We published a
children's book

WE’RE PRODUCING
A DOCUMENTARY

Bringing fair hair to America.

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Why Work
With
Women?

We debated for a while whether to put all our chips on female-identifying clients. So, why? Over the years, we’ve developed a deep passion for helping ladies-in-biz step up, stand out, and kick ass. Plus, there’s no denying that women act and think differently (that whole Venus/Mars thing). We jive with that she-vibe, which, honestly, improves our product because creative juices flow more freely. This is not to say we don’t partner with men. At the end of the day, if our aesthetic resonates, we don’t discriminate.