Creators. Collaborators. Consultants.
Over a combined decade in Congressional communications and brand develpement. Successful film production. Award-winning social media accounts. Ghost writing for some of the biggest names in the industry. Whatever the need, we've been there before.
So, whether you prefer an ongoing, hourly or retainer-based relationship (without those absurd contract lengths) or project services à la carte, we’re here to relieve the pressure, help you strategize for the long haul, and fill in any execution and skill gaps you may have.
Art and ad buys, "non-conforming" crisis communications and P.R., social media content creation and best practices, photo and video needs, graphic design and website builds, and perhaps most important of all, the occasional bit of tough love. We've got you covered.
Whether you're going through a rebranding exercise, a new venture preparing to launch, or a longstanding business looking to grow your brand’s reputation, we can help you think through the best way to utilize your strengths and squeeze every last drop out of the resources you have.
Who. What. Why.
HARRISON LEWIS - MANAGING PARTNER
Born in Virginia Beach, VA. English degree from Georgetown. Filmmaker. Did every communications job in Congress before leaving as a Chief of Staff in 2016. Single-digit / baby fade. Usually plays in boat shoes and bucket hat.
IAN GILLEY - HEAD OF ACCOUNTS
Chicago kid. AJGA veteran. Rollins Golf standout. The brain behind the Sugarloaf Social Club. Two comm tours in Congress. Stint in private sector PR. Low single-digit / fore left. Wingtips and a tour visor.
THE WHAT AND WHY
A decade inside modern-day politics was nearly enough for a lifetime. But nay a creative itch was scratched.
Kids were loving the Sugarloaf Social Club and the content / accessories we create.
For years, we’ve been quietly producing art and copy for golf companies we admire. We did it to help our friends and to scratch a creative itch that politics couldn’t.
As it turned out, the video we produced for fun caught the attention of several top tier golf brands. They felt the look and feel would give them an advantage in a crowded marketplace. We looked around, we looked at each other, we looked at our skill sets, and then we looked at our lucrative but soulless careers.
We never looked back.
If you think the Sugarloaf feel may be a good fit for you, let’s kick some ideas around.