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Apostles Eastern Shore



Founding Pastor Robert Seawell moved to the Eastern Shore in 1999 – called to plant a new church. The church's location and restoration of the property serves as a visible sign for the ongoing work of gospel renewal and transformation in the lives of people. Fast-forward 15 years, it was time to give this flourishing church a visual brand identity and website presence.


Credits: Photography by Laura Rowe  |  Copywriting by Amy G. Thompson

The Windmill Market



In 2008, architects Mac & Gina Walcott saw new potential in the abandoned building as a celebration of their longtime commitment to sustainability. And since 2009, the Windmill Market has celebrated locally sourced, healthy and green from the foods we serve to how we run under one big eco-friendly roof. 

Today, the commitment to community continues at Windmill, with a fresh new offering of restaurants, down-the-road fresh foods and products, vendors, music and more.

Windmill Market has been honored with awards and accolades regionally and nationally for its architectural innovation and model of sustainability.


Credits: Photography by Ted Miles|  Copywriting by Amy G. Thompson

The Orange Beach Store



After years as a merchant in her hometown with The Fairhope Store, Lisette Normann brings that same sense of style to the beach community she makes a second home. 

The Orange Beach Store isn't just merchandise, but celebration of a manner of living. With the use of white space and photography, The Orange Beach Store website epitomizes the classic and comfortable gulf coast style.


Credits: Photography by Chad Riley  |  Copywriting by Amy G. Thompson

Harvest Jewels



For designer Rosemary Corte, it was time to expand and define her growing jewelry brand: Harvest Jewels. We were tasked with updating their visual identity, designing collateral materials and building a website.

Following the Harvest design approach - from tagline and typography to color palette and photography selection, every detail was handled with care and intention. A portfolio-style website, corresponding media graphics, high-end stationery and a retailers' kit are the tools we created to showcase their stunning handcrafted line of bohemian fine jewelry.


Credits: Photography by Kelley Bullington  |  Copywriting by Amy G. Thompson

Naturally Strong Nonie



Nutritionist and personal trainer Nonie Taul, of Naturally Strong Nonie, was ready to give her fitness lifestyle brand a professional look and create a website for her growing "Team Naturally Strong." The Naturally Strong brand encompasses everything from nutritional consults and meal plans to barre and pilates-style classes.  

Our goal was to create a visual identity that was both polished and fun-loving. By creating a versatile look, we were able to streamline her various services while making the brand easily adaptable across today's ever-evolving platforms such as social media, cloud base services, promotional items, etc. The website features services, client testimonials, workout videos and an e-commerce store to easily purchase Naturally Strong classes and meal plans.  Join the movement and "Eat great, feel great and live a Naturally Strong lifestyle!"


I loved working with Rebekah. She knew exactly what I needed and fit my needs exactly. She was very professional and absolutely hit the nail on the head with my logos and graphics. With her help she turned my passion into a profession.
— Nonie Taul, Naturally Strong Nonie


Photography by Joelle Grace  |  Copywriting by Taylor Strunk

The Steeple on St. Francis



The Steeple on St. Francis, located in Mobile, Alabama, joins a national trend of repurposed churches as developers adapt the abandoned buildings to restaurants, theaters and concert venues. From our initial conversation with owners Ginna and Clif Inge, we knew this project was a rarity, and we too, fell in love with The Steeple on St. Francis. 

Our concept for the site was to blend the rich history of the church with its modern renovations… The overall design is clean with modern touches and utilizes photography as a “visual” tour guide. As The Steeple grows, the site is built to accommodate those future additions such as a blog, event booking and e-commerce components.


Rebekah flawlessly guided us through the branding and design process as well as the implementation of our website. She listened carefully to what our vision was and developed print materials and a website that brought our thoughts to life. She consistently demonstrates a sincere interest in our organization and a commitment to helping us reach our full potential! Thank you for everything you’ve made possible!”
— Ginna Inge and Mary-Lacey Zeiders, The Steeple on St. Francis


Photography by Chad Riley  |  Copywriting by Amy G. Thompson

The Boyd Financial Group



The Boyd Financial Group, based in Selma, Alabama, is a full-service independent investment firm. With their recent partnership with Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., and a growing footprint (new offices in downtown Fairhope, Alabama), it was time to update their brand. For a fresher and more current direction, we simplified the tagline and overall design aesthetic by adding new brand elements such as a hand-drawn graphic of their signature gingko leaf and new textures. Many exciting things still to come with this brand - stay tuned!


We have worked with Rebekah for several years in the design and promotion of our brand. Besides being a pleasure to work with, Rebekah has delivered value to us. Specifically, our goal was to present the special qualities of our financial advisory firm in an artistic, appealing, and unique way and Rebekah has produced just that. We strongly recommend her.
— Tommy Boyd, President and Senior Financial Advisor