Trusted Partners.
Relevant Expertise.
Proven Results.

Our curated team is customized specifically for your project, aligning direct experience and specialized skill sets.

Lisa Mckinney

Founder | Creative Director

Lisa McKinney’s creative talents have been employed designing and marketing for a diverse clientele that includes evolving or developing, small businesses, independent artists and athletes, national non-profits, and national outdoor brands. Because of Lisa’s unconventional path and over 15 years of professional experience across different industry sectors she offers a unique combination of business, technical and creative skills. Lisa loves teaching and helping others grow and thrive in their own businesses.

Lisa is an independent thinker and creative marketer with extensive experience in brand development, digital and print communications, social media, analytics, paid and earned media. Lisa values the importance of being a nimble practitioner on every digital platform she oversees. Lisa uses her marketing and artistic instincts to create effective multi-channel marketing solutions that drive audience engagement, helping businesses reach their desired audience and beyond. Creative work featured in HOW, New York Times, DHA, and Montana Addy’s.

Amy Coseo

Copywriter and Strategic Planner

In addition to helping clients grow in strategically aligned ways, Amy is personally invested in community development. She is a member of Leadership Montana’s Class of 2017 and the inaugural Master’s Class of 2019, is a certified Gracious Space facilitator, and serves on the advisory council of the Gracious Space Institute – a national initiative to increase civility and collaborative leadership.

She is a founding board member for the Red Ants Pants Foundation, which is dedicated to fostering strength and self-reliance in women and in rural, agricultural communities. The Foundation has awarded over $100,000 in community grants, teaches timber skills, recently piloted a leadership program focusing on girls in their junior year of high school in rural communities, and oversees the Red Ants Pants Music Festival with 18,000 in attendance in 2018.

She previously served for six years on the board of Garden City Harvest grows food to nourish bodies, inspire minds, and strengthen community. Garden City Harvest recently completed building a $2.8M Community Farmstead to expand programming beyond teaching how to grow food to also include food preparation and preservation. With more than 20 sites in Missoula, current programming includes Farm to School, Community Gardens, Youth Development, and Neighborhood Farms.

Our team brings a great diversity of experience across multiple industries.

Small Business

Bar Fly Social Club

Bikram Yoga Missoula

Canine Retreat

Downtown Yoga

Electronics By Design

Fort Courage Child Care

Import Market

Moonlight Kitchens



Advanced Imaging

Alpine Physical Therapy

BMS (Biomedical Strategies)

Bangor Plastic and Hand Surgery

Camp Mak-A-Dream

Community Medical Center

Eliza Kerr (Ayurvedic medicine)

Frenchtown Physical Therapy

Missoula Pediatrics Dentistry

Western Montana Clinic




Bank of Montana ClassroomWindow


Coca Cola


The Dirty Dash


Ocean Spray

Rocky Mountain Development Group 

Stride Rite


Biomimcry Institute

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries 

The Blackfoot Challenge

The Nature Conservancy of Montana

National Park Service

Prins Recycling


National Park Service

Western Sustainability Exchange

Yosemite Fire Management


Events and Venues

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival

Darlings Waterfront Concerts

Fox Theater-Boulder

Gathering of the Vibes

Ned Fest

Pink Runway Project

Red Ants Pants


Waterfront Concerts




Arthur Anderson

Bangor Savings Bank

Bank of Montana

United Bank of Switzerland

Music and Entertainment

Acoustic Semi

Ariel Hyatt-New York

Assembly of Dust

Ben Weaver

Blue Dogs




Leftover Salmon

Live Nation

Maceo Parker

Musician Magazine


Sally Taylor

Shanti Groove


War Records-Boulder

Outdoor Industry

Balanced Rock Foundation

Bicycle Business Conference

Big Mountain

Bikes Belong 
(A.K.A People for Bikes)

Big Mountain Club

Catalyst Communication

Darren Ralves-Athlete


Franklin Sports

Growth Cycle

Heather Sterling-Athlete

Mad Mudder




Scotty Ewing-Athlete

Mark Twight-Athlete

Outdoor Industry Association