Growing a business can be an exciting challenge.
A team approach is usually the best way forward - smart people working together with a common purpose. We would like to be a part of your team… shake things up a bit, contribute to your success.
Advertising & Brand Strategy
Strategic brand development
· Print & Broadcast
Creative & Design
Photography + cinema / video
Finance & operations
New markets & sales
RightBrain@Work / coaching
Digital Media & Web
Digital & content marketing
Social media management
Web design & development
Out of My Own Mind. The Works of Bruce Murphy. a short film by Robert Lynch
A Creative & Diverse Team
Advertising & Digital
Robert Lynch, Managing Partner: Creative Director, Marketing Strategy
Jeff Luery, Partner: Branding, Social Media, App Dev, Copywriter
Mica Wilbrink: Web & Interactive, eCommerce
Melissa Banks: Digital Marketing, SEO, Web, eCommerce
Dan Sloan: Designer
Robert Lynch: Strategy, New Business Development, Operations, Creative-Productive Change
Paul Wickman: Finance, Operations, and Process
Warren Sklar: IT, Technology, Networks
Rob is a business development specialist with 25 years of experience in visual communications, management consulting, marketing, and sales. He has held the positions of Art Director/Creative Director, V.P. Marketing & Sales, and Management Consultant.
Rob has worked with more than 100 businesses and organizations - from startups and emerging companies (iGavel.com, World Trade Promotion Center) nonprofits (Metropolitan Historic Structures Association, Interfaith Dialogue Project, MONOC Monmouth-Ocean Hospital Services Corporation), and multinational market leaders (Polo Ralph Lauren, Johnson & Johnson, and SIA ag Frauenfeld)
Rob’s interests include photography, and ways to explore and develop the creative-productive mind.
Visual brand is built on image and images. Communicating a point of view is key… power, beauty, emotion, human, innovative. Photography is integral in every regard. Robert Lynch has been an active commercial photographer since the late ‘80’s. This important art form is integral to the creative output of the Agency. Images tell stories, make a point, and influences change. Editorial, portrait, product, social.