Banks, Gilbert, & Gillett

Holy smokes the Banks, Gilbert, & Gillett team is the most passionate, dedicated, funny, and talented group of lawyers. And, they're approachable, which is not a typical word used to describe attorneys. Especially when they're the type of attorneys who give a damn about you, your case and getting you the best possible outcome. 

This spring, I partnered with Stacy Pearce Creative to create an approachable, relatable dot com with true-to-brand portraits and unique stock photography. 

Man, this was a fun project. 

It was a true pleasure working with this team to showcase their personalities and over-all badassness, which were perfectly captured by Stacy's lens.

For you: a few of our favorite portraits. 

P.S. Hire these guys for all your lawyering needs. They're the best.



Page Seventeen

One of my favorite bosses, Bill Stadick (formerly with Charleston|Orwig), launched a copywriting businesses in 2015.

Recently he launched a writing mentorship program, and I'd be remiss if I didn't share this opportunity with you. Honestly, I've never grown more as a writer than when Bill was coaching me through content and proposal writing.

Stacy Pearce and I have already signed up for the Q3 program.

[Oh, and I made his dot com.]



Lindsay Schnell

It's impossible to predict the impact a person will make in your life. How could you, really?

The first time I met Lindsay, she stopped for a quick hello as she rushed through a hotel lobby wearing a dress I'm still coveting to this day. It was clear, in that brief encounter, as she stood out in a sea of golf shirts and and awful sports coats, she was the kind of human you wanted to know.

In the past two years our friendship has evolved from "is this neon orange pencil skirt OK to wear to my first day to work?" mirror selfies to an honest, supportive, real friendship. I look to her not only as my fashion adviser, but also as an example of hustle and creativity. Simply: she's a tremendous human. 

When Lindsay's career took hard right I asked, "what can I do to help?"

Introducing: Lindsay Schnell dot com