Claire McKeever-Burgett, PastorPoet

PastorPoet.com is home to wedding officiant Claire McKeever-Burgett. 

Working together to set her marketing priorities and brand message, we developed this simple SquareSpace website to help her launch her new business. 

My role as both a consultant and service provider was creating the site, sourcing images, writing copy, setting it live on her URL, and creating a custom business email. Additionally, we created business cards to match the look and feel of her site. 

Said Claire of working with me:

"Nicole hit the ground running after just one meeting and produced exactly what I wanted-a beautiful, inviting, and creative site for my professional needs. Working with her is a creative, fun, and enlightening experience."

Students of the World

Students of the World is a national network of university students and creative professionals who produce media for good. As an in-house freelancer in their San Francisco office, I managed campaigns, provided executive communications support, and wrote case studies and web copy. Clients including Pivot TV and the Robin McGraw Foundation, as well as special productions featuring SOW leadership for Forbes.com.

I also supported SOW executives as they launched a for-profit arm of their company, the CSpence Group providing input in strategic planning as well as helping with executive communications and writing.
 

Roadhouse Relics

Todd Sanders is one of the most influential artists in Austin, TX, having worked with clients that include Willie Nelson, Shepard Fairey, and the Kings of Leon (to name a few).

Working on a variety of projects and films, each collaboration with Todd feels like an explosion of creative happiness. 

StoryTLD

 

Brand Book

Todd asked me to produce this brand book that featured his 20-year history in Austin and collection of extraordinary works. Writer, producer, and genuine fan, working alongside Tim Delger as the designer, it's one of my most cherished projects to date. 
 

Street Sign Furniture Collection


Acting as the producer, sales rep, and publicist, this collection of Street Sign Furniture by Tim Delger included 25 original works. It received coverage in countless publications including Juxtapose, Nylon Magazine, and NotCot. It was sold on Fab.com with no plans for future collections.

Launching this home goods collection taught us many lessons, but the biggest one is think twice before you start a line of furniture and store it in your 1,000-sq.-ft. house during the first year of your marriage. 

Dremel - Why I Make

The Why I Make film series was a collaboration between Studio Delger and Dremel North America. 

I was the executive producer as well as account service lead for this large-scale production. I'm proud to share that the first film features both the creative director for the series as well as my husband, Tim. See more of the creative elements from Tim's story here

Tim Delger

Hanro Studios

Of Black Springs Folk Art

Nervous System

Brand Strong

Brand Strong is a business training program that I co-founded along with the exceptionally talented business coach, Nina Kaufman. We created a program that helps business owners combine their heart and vision with advanced skills to run their business.

From curriculum writing, to strategy, to production, to marketing, to web design, and all things in between, I couldn't be more proud of the role I've played bringing this great program to life. 

Free Eric Volz

In November 2006 I led the online effort to “Free Eric V”, a young man wrongfully imprisoned in Nicaragua. His case received coverage on NPR, The Today Show, Anderson Cooper, Primetime Live, and in People Magazine.

By keeping the online community engaged through news updates and messages directly from Eric and his family, the case became a movement with thousands of supporters around the world. It was an emotional year-long journey that ended in December of 2007 with Eric’s release. He tells his story in the book, Gringo Nightmare, published in April 2010.

My work on the case earned two awards – OMMA Magazine’s “Rising Star” and Austin Ad Fed’s “Up and Comer” of 2007.

Eric, who went on to become a prominent speaker, leader, and consultant in the wrongful imprisonment community, officially founded The David House Agency in 2011. Supporting the team that launched the agency, I was able to apply my experience, strategic thinking, and communications skills to serve others facing wrongful imprisonment abroad.