Photo: Murphy Osborne

Photo: Murphy Osborne

I'll be honest, this isn't what I set out to do. I didn't study design in college or work at a fancy design agency. Like a lot of millennials, my career path has been anything but linear. I started out as a recruiter. Then I got into marketing. I was even a community manager for a few months.

I learned new things and met new people, but my work wasn’t my passion. Then a non-profit I volunteer for asked me to redesign their website. I had created a website for a class in college so I figured, what the heck. Why not.

Turns out I have a knack for it. I created a whole new website for them and still manage it, in addition to two other ancillary websites dedicated to their main fundraising events. But I kept it on the side, just a hobby, until I found myself taking on more and more projects. I was staying up late into the night to do these websites. Why? Because I wanted to. That’s when I decided it was time to make my avocation my vocation.

And here's the great thing: Because I have never limited myself to my job description, I have accrued a variety of skills over the years, and now I can use all of them combined to help you launch or grow your brand online. Just ask me how.


She’s totally captured our ethos and infused the website with her insight into our mission.
— Paul Mehling, Hot Club of San Francisco
Katrina went above and beyond with details and updates to make sure everything worked smoothly and was to my satisfaction.
— Amber Nolan, Bluewater Fitness
I sent the link to a guy who books the local farmer’s market, which I’ve wanted to play for a while, and it got immediate results - he offered us a date within the hour.
— Lynne Maes, Nashville Honeymoon