Meet Our Clients
Inspiring stories. Amazing brands. Wonderful people.
We’ve been honored to help so many brilliant people tell their stories, and build meaningful brands that capture their unique visions.
We adore telling our clients’ stories — across any industry.
Something that we love about how our company operates is the range and variety of our clients. No matter the industry and no matter the brand, we always find ourselves falling in love with every client and every story we help them tell. We view our clients as part of our team, because their input and opinions matter just as much as our team members.
Meet just a few of our favorite clients.
Hugo Coffee Roasters
Hugo Coffee Roasters was founded by company-owner Claudia McMullin in 2015. Claudia’s goal in starting Hugo Coffee was to control the quality of her coffee and impact the world of animal rescue. Before Hugo Coffee and before being involved in animal rescue in Utah, Claudia was a Wall Street attorney in New York City. But even during her time practicing law, she always knew that her true passion was elsewhere.
And what was and still is her true passion? Animal rescue, of course! Now, Claudia gets to live her true passion of animal rescue every day as the owner and operator of Hugo Coffee Roasters.
Keto Natural Pet Foods
Daniel Schulof, began writing his groundbreaking book Dogs, Dog Food, and Dogma in the fall of 2012. He spent four years of his life researching and writing it, highlighting the evidence linking carbohydrate consumption with the most common chronic diseases facing modern day pets. He launched KetoNatural Pet Foods in 2018 based on his research to create the lowest carb shelf stable kibble in the industry.
Cache Toffee Collection
Cache Toffee started in the kitchen of the founder, Lori Darr. She began making the toffee her mother taught her, and in the process, she began experimenting with new flavor and texture combinations. She first started gifting her toffee to her friends and family. After she noticed her toffee was a success, she decided to go a little further and moved into a commercial kitchen and made it official to sell it on markets nationally.