Our Team

Guy Dineen
Guy Dineen

Founder, CEO

Ran an entire half-marathon with
absolutely no training.

Chad Hartwick
Chad Hartwick

Executive Creative Director

Personality flavor:
Dry-aged porterhouse,
grilled over mesquite.

Lisa Case
Lisa Case

Senior Digital Producer

This native Texan loves
the Cincinnati Bengals.

Melissa Temling
Melissa Temling

Senior Director of Client Services

Loves playing guitar
and piano.

Carolyn Haynes
Carolyn Haynes

Director of Content Marketing

Personality flavor:
Mint chocolate chip. Sweet
and a little bit fresh ...

Kyle Jordan
Kyle Jordan

Senior Developer

Celebrity doppelganger:
Wil Wheaton.

Sarah Reeves
Sarah Reeves

Senior Social and Content
Marketing Manager

Personality flavor:
Champagne. Sweet and bubbly.

Mallory Ming
Mallory Ming

Art Director

Quirk: Hiccups at least
30 times a day.

René Moffatt
René Moffatt

Senior Art Director

He's on iTunes.

Keith Jernigan
Keith Jernigan

Junior Art Director

Enjoys typography
and camping.

Brian Cobbel
Brian Cobbel

Web Developer

Favorite book:
"Fear and Loathing in
Las Vegas."

Lauren Geary
Lauren Geary

Account Supervisor

Celebrity doppelganger:
Amy Adams.

Jennifer Campbell
Jennifer Campbell

Account Supervisor

This world traveler's
favorite place is
Bali, Indonesia.

Jason Guthery
Jason Guthery

Senior Director of
Technology and Delivery

Favorite movie:
"The Matrix."

Stephanie Bursa
Stephanie Bursa

Senior Director of
Digital Media

Loves to eat peanuts
AND their shells.

Our Core Beliefs

If it doesn’t work, f*ck it. Try something else. If it does, institutionalize it ASAP.

Despite emerging platforms, converging mediums, increasing connectivity, and decreased attention spans, good design is still good design.

Nobody expects to avoid advertising anymore. But now that we have more control over how we’re advertised to, and a megaphone with which to broadcast our feelings about it, we expect more from advertisers. Bring Your “A” game.

Data can tell you almost everything. But it can’t tell you what to do. Be sure to always ask “So what?” at the end of an analytics report. Actually, ask “So what?” at the end of any report.

If you didn’t think an experience all the way through, it will be instantly apparent to your users, though they might not be able to tell you why. They’ll just go somewhere else.

Humans don’t speak SEO. Find a balance.

Disappointing metrics are not a sign of failure. They are a roadmap to success.

Digital can do a lot, but it can’t do everything.

If it feels right, it probably is. If it feels scary, keep pushing. You may be on to something.

There is a subtle line between strategy and tactics. If you have to ask what the difference is, you’re not thinking strategically enough.