We stare at blank pages, write until our fingers bleed, and sketch ideas that make no sense whatsoever. We chase that one idea, just one word or image that could lead us on the path of creativity.
We have no choice; we are true creatives. We write words, sketch out everything, and craft imaginative visual stories. We are emotionally attached to our work because you’re emotionally attached to your vision.
RYAN F. BELLEROSE
Ryan is a graphic designer by trade, his journey was written in high school by his art teacher Mrs. Spencer, who helped craft his portfolio for college and pushed him in to design school. While finishing design school, he was hired by a local ad agency as an in-house graphic artist. He went on to produce work for a broad range of large brands including Fox, Disney, Arbonne and Urban Decay. Almost two decades later, he takes pride in realizing the ideas of individuals through aspects of brand and visual storytelling. Lately his passion is focused on small businesses and startups. He believes there is inherent harmony when you cultivate creativity with business owners and entrepreneurs. Some other graphic design created by Ryan.
Kalie is a classically trained watercolorist, with a subtle influence of surrealism. She is a third generation painter, preceded by her mother Kimberly Ann Henry and great grandfather, Robert M. Harris. During her early childhood she was mentored by watercolorist Barbara Keaton. With a stoic but classical approach to watercolor, Barbara set the foundation for Kalie’s brush technique, pigmentation and color mixing. Kalie has adapted her talented fine art skillset to creating illustrative works for our various clients and considers an imagination to be the keystone between art and design. See the collective watercolors of Kalie, or view some of her incredible illustrations.