Farmhouse is an award-winning creative and brand management firm located in Downtown Memphis.
We specialize in creating brands and brand messaging. We develop all traditional and digital media to support our brands. This includes websites, advertising, social media, media relations and multi-platform marketing campaigns.
We are a tight-knit group of creatives who like to make and launch brands with tons of impact and appeal. We also love datacrunching and media exposure because we want to know how well our designs work, and we like to get them as much attention as possible.
We promote your business through logos, websites, ads, print material, marketing strategies, branded environments, traditional and digital advertising campaigns, social media engagements and media relations.
We are passionate about what we do because we believe that any business, no matter the size, can have the same, or better, impact on a potential consumer as a large box brand. The market is a battleground, and we help small brands thrive by ensuring they stand-out in a crowd. This keeps business owners (just like us) in business, and that is our goodnight’s sleep.
Principal / Creative Director
the farmhouse approach
If we make the work fun, and we make the experience for the client exciting, then the results will always be well-received by the target market. We always ensure the art is on point, the copy is engaging, the creative is fresh and the data is understood.
My greatest accomplishment is the sustained growth of Farmhouse. Seven years going strong, we have a thriving business, a cozy office, a client list of happy experiences, an inbox of unlimited possibilities and a workload of the funnest type work you could ever do. I am amazed and thrilled at the possibility of each new day
My biggest mistake was not saying “No” to the client at times when I needed to. It is very much a customer service relationship, but there are times when you have to remember that the client hired you for your knowledge and expertise. There are definitely times I should have told a client “no” so the creative did not get off-track or the strategy did not get hijacked.
i have learned
The greatest lesson I have learned is to focus on what you’re good at. That seems obvious, but at times, it’s easy to get caught up in being all things for all clients. We are not all things. We are brand developers first and foremost. We can help facilitate all aspects of your marketing efforts, but at some point, we have to know where to draw the line.