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  • Gibson Landscape

     

    Gibson Landscape wanted a highly-visual site that could showcase their work beautifully across any device. A responsive design built on the WordPress platform was the best option to achieve this goal. As a direct result of the new site, Gibson Landscape was awarded a prominent large-scale project just weeks after launch.

    Experience the work for yourself…Transporting now.

  • Woodgrain

    As the agency of record, Sol supports ongoing marketing initiatives for Woodgrain’s family of companies. Over the years, we’ve named, positioned and branded multiple products. We’ve designed beautiful catalogs that capture the breadth of the company’s capabilities. Most recently, Sol created a fresh, consistent website design for three of Woodgrain’s premier brands.  

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  • Loose Canon

    The founder of Loose Canon came to us with an awesome goal—to get kids reading. Together we created a fun, colorful brand that engages students and excites teachers. We then built a digital tool that allows teachers to create reading lists from a curated library and share them with students. Students can read, comment and share the lists with friends while creating their own “reading resume” along the way. Students tell us Loose Canon is making reading cool again . . . that’s pretty darn exciting!

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  • OnAir Schools

    OnAir Schools is the culmination of a long client relationship with the Clean Air Campaign (CAC). Starting in 2015, we helped the organization rebrand all of its educational programming under one brand—OnAir Schools. One freshly-designed website now houses all of CAC’s educational campaigns, challenges and resources—making participation more engaging for students and teachers.

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  • Andrus Family Fund

    Sol was tasked with revitalizing Andrus Family Fund’s online presence at a critical time. The organization had recently changed their focus and wanted a platform that better represented their new vision. Working closely with AFF’s team in New York, we developed a new mark, fresh design, new messaging and implemented a social media strategy that lives on today.

     

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OurTeam

  • Mary.
    Mary.

    Mary.

    As Partner and Creative Director at Sol, Mary strategizes with clients, designs with our talented creative team and produces content with our fabulous writers. Her goal: bring all of the working parts together into a cohesive, engaging package that gets impressions, clicks and sales. One of her passions is helping social good clients use marketing and technology to elevate their messages. She started her career in NYC and headed South to be closer to her family—an original ATLien. She is the mother of two awesome boys and wife to Mr. Brian Adams (cuts like a knife y’all).

  • Adam.
    Adam.

    Adam.

    As Co-Founder and Technical Director, Adam is our clients’ digital guide. Whether he recommends a custom CMS, a marketing automation tool or an internet marketing strategy, he keeps the business objective in mind and the best technology in the forefront. One of Adam’s greatest strengths is presenting complex technology in common speak—often heard in client meetings at Sol: “Oh, that’s what that means, who knew?” When Adam is not working, he’s off running, biking, being a yogi or enjoying time with his lovely wife and two young daughters at home in Decatur. 

  • Scott.
    Scott.

    Scott.

    Logos, print, web design, brand standards, type—our Design Director Scott brings simplicity, beauty and life to everything he touches at Sol. Scott leads our design team, ensuring that every visual element created is fresh, contemporary and spot on for the audience it serves. He also plays an important role in naming, strategy and ideation. Scott earned his MFA in Graphic Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design and received his BA at Emerson College. Scott is an avid tennis player, fan of Swedish and Hawaiian cultures and an aviation enthusiast.

  • Troy.
    Troy.

    Troy.

    Far from your average developer, Troy brings a multitude of talent to Sol—DJ, graphic designer, front-end master and food lover extraordinaire. At Sol, he’s developed website mobile themes, custom user-interfaces and this shiny, new website you are visiting right now. He’s fluent in web languages from classic ASP to PHP, CSS3 and HTML5 and has considerable back-end development experience, working with tools like MySQL and advanced javascript frameworks such as AngularJS. And if you need a good belly laugh, stop by Troy’s desk for some quick wit and a whole bunch of humor.

  • Jennifer M.
    Jennifer M.

    Jennifer M.

    As Content Strategist and Account Manager, Jennifer helps clients identify the messaging they need to elevate their brand on and offline. Her greatest talent is taking complex content and simplifying it into concise, compelling prose. Jennifer joined Sol after working at traditional advertising agencies such as McCann New York and JWT Atlanta. She holds a Master of Arts degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she studied copywriting and was awarded several ADDYs. Jennifer has an energetic two-year-old and a husband in his residency! Needless to say, she stays busy. 

  • Shannon.
    Shannon.

    Shannon.

    As Content Strategist and Account Executive, Shannon provides sound strategy and compelling copy for print and web projects. She also produces video, managing everything from script creation to post production. A graduate of Agnes Scott College, Shannon has spent her career working in sales and communications for non-profits, start-ups and education centers. She brings passions for social good, education and international travel to the Sol team. And some days, she also brings her naughty doggy Ollie to work—he’s real cute but has a flair for drama. 

  • Chelsea.
    Chelsea.

    Chelsea.

    Chelsea graduated from Kennesaw State University with a BFA in Graphic Communications and is a junior designer at Sol. She brings her love for illustration and branding to each project, and is developing expertise in animation. Since working at Sol, Chelsea has discovered her hidden talent of doing video voiceovers. Chelsea is a foodie and enthusiast of the Atlanta music scene, and has been playing the piano since she could sit up in her high chair.

  • Jennifer J.
    Jennifer J.

    Jennifer J.

    Jennifer is Sol’s social good practice expert and media relations guru. She started in corporate media relations at AT&T and then served as Corporate Public Relations Manager at UPS. She launched her career in the non-profit sector when she built the first communications department for the Thurgood Marshall College Fund in New York. Since then, she’s served Clark Atlanta University, Lincoln Center, SFK-Success for Kids and more. When she’s not imparting her wisdom at Sol, you’ll find her at Georgia State University teaching marketing and public relations.

  • Emma.
    Emma.

    Emma.

    Emma joined Sol in 2013 as a design intern and graduated to junior designer this year. She brings brilliant typographic skills, a mastery of the Adobe suite of products and an eye for detail to a wide range of print and web projects. When Emma’s not designing web or print campaigns, you can find her riding vintage motorcycles or exploring in the woods.

  • Melissa.
    Melissa.

    Melissa.

    Melissa is by all means a bad ass. She built bombs in Japan for the United States Marine Corps and is fluent in American Sign Language. At Sol, she’s an engineer of content and design. She’s helped think through the complex world of data visualization for Woodgrain while wrapping her mind around the likes and dislikes of teenagers for OnAir Schools. She’s a senior at Agnes Scott College and when she’s not at Sol, you’ll find her there in the art studio.

  • Jake.
    Jake.

    Jake.

    Jake joined the Sol team in February of 2016. He assists Scott and Chelsea on all things design—photography, illustration, type, animation, HTML, magic. . . An Atlanta native, Jake traveled north for school, where he attended Northeastern University and graduated with a degree in graphic design. Jake shares the team’s love of all food delicious, airline safety cards (you’ll need to ask) and interesting (oftentimes inappropriate) humor. Stop by and say hi to our newest addition when you’re here.

  • Wheatie.
    Wheatie.

    Wheatie.

    Wheatie is the reason why folks request meetings at Sol’s office. He’s the official greeter and you can rest assured he’ll be here to welcome you Monday – Friday. However, he’ll be your best friend if you bring a treat. His current favorites at Sol: Shannon (because she feeds him treats and other delicacies the most often), Scott (because he always has a bag of treats on his desk) and his dad, Troy. Wheatie is also a service dog, so if you’re looking for emotional support, come give him a pet. We promise you’ll feel better.

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