“Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress, working hard for something we love is called PASSION” -Sinek
While CRISP is capable of creating many things on behalf of our clients, we choose to focus on a few core competencies that we absolutely love. We have found that the desired destination of a project will be reached more efficiently if passion is the fuel used to get there. This is why we focus on Experiential Marketing, Event Design, Video Production, Brand Identity & Custom Builds. If there is a creative service that you are interested in and don’t see offered here, please feel free to ask us about it. We may be excited to help or refer you to people who are.
CRISP Creative is made up of creative directors, developers, interior and graphic designers, wood workers, fabricators and visionaries who have executed projects for fortune 500 companies and garnished awards for that work. See below for a quick look at some of the leading members of CRISP.
CREATIVE DIRECTOR - Yohan
Yohan’s talents result from a unique intersection of creative agencies, construction management and design. While working for creative agencies he helped his clients reach goals through powerful creative and effective campaigns before moving onto offering consulting services globally. He has been responsible for the design and install for hundreds of thousands of square feet in high end hotels, government buildings, trade shows, festivals and events of all types. Prior to founding CRISP he executed over 100 events, brand activation’s and experiential marketing campaigns each year. In his spare time he likes to travel, cook and make furniture.
CREATIVE CONSULTANT - J.C.
Jeremy has led several creative teams to success over the past twenty plus years. His trophy case (if he actually used it) would display a handful of Addy’s and Telly’s. More importantly he values his clients success and their words about him led CRISP to seek him out as a trusted consultant on key projects. Jeremy has a passion for triathlons and competes in Iron Man races.
INTERIOR DESIGNER - Moe
Don’t let the fancy attire fool you, Moe has as many tools belts as she does pairs of shoes. She gets her hands dirty while working on interior design concepts and has been lead designer on international projects, including the Hard Rock Hotel in Jamaica. Moe enjoys riding horses and sourcing antiques.
MASTER WOODWORKER - "Hickory"
“Hickory” as we affectionately call him, is a wizard when it comes to wood. High end tool manufacturers, whose products we use, have sought him out to give talks at conventions and create how-to videos. He has thousands of social media followers but no larger fans than us here at CRISP Creative. We are proud to have him consult on wood related projects. During summers Hickory will smoke or cure the most delicious meats to cross a persons palate.
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY (East)- "D"
While David stays busy running his own Florida based studio, CRISP has convinced him to moonlight on key projects. We are happy to have him assist on event video production, aerial video, interviews and general video content as a component to our campaigns or events. David has a love for all things related to music.
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY (West) - Phil
Members of CRISP had the pleasure of with working with Phil for several years before he chased his California dreams. Dreams he has turned into reality by working on nationally syndicated programs that have been Emmy nominated. His producing, directing and people skills are beyond reproach. Now Phil consults with Yohan on projects that need video components on the west coast and utilizes his vast network as resource for our clients. Even in his spare time you will find Phil with a camera in his hand.
LEAD FABRICATOR - Dave
Dave has been working with metals of all types for decades. He is skilled at rapid prototyping and troubleshooting from the hip. Whenever CRISP approaches him with a challenge he finds a way to answer the call often improving the original design. In his off time Dave likes fishing, building custom boats and systematically avoiding cameras.