The most important work we do isn’t achieved with computers, cameras, pen and paper, or sophisticated software. The most important work is feeling the sense of urgency a small business owner has for keeping the customers she depends on for a living. It’s feeling the passion driving the non-profit’s plea for donations, and realizing that if we fail, we’ve let the client down, but we’ve also failed the people who depend on them for goods or services. The important work happens when we agonize over how best to connect the client with their audience.
Each client we’ve featured is a window into what matters to us. We are fortunate because we are invited to do work we believe in, for people and causes we believe in.