Web DesignFilm Production

Established in 2012, we are a design and film production partnership homed in beautiful Nashville, Tennessee.

We cover every step of the way.

Site Design

Made from Scratch

Responsive & Mobile Friendly


WordPress Theme-able

Live Within 3-6 Weeks (Avg.)

Site Hosting

Storage Space

Email Accounts + Webmail

Amazon CDN*

Mailing Lists

Google Apps for Business

Always Up, Always Safe

* Billed monthly, per GB.

Site Maintenance

Page and Post Creation

Security & Software Updates

Google Analytics Analyzation

Bi-weekly Site Backups

Social Media Management

Take a look at what we've done.

Paternity Leave
feature film

Filmed and set in Nashville, the Element Twenty Two production Paternity Leave enjoyed a sold out world premiere at the 2015 Nashville Film Festival on April 19th, 2015.

A.J. Martin Estate Jewelry, Etc.

We created an easily updatable website to showcase the store's goods, services, and social media outlets. We also update their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and design and send out periodic email blasts.

Headquarters Coffee

When local coffee shop Headquarters opened in 2012, they wanted a simple one-page site that listed their vendors, hours, and phone number. We decided to mimic an old piece of parchment, stained by coffee, resting on a wood table.

Blackbird Tattoo and Gallery

Migrating from a self designed WordPress theme, Blackbird's staff were already familiar with the system but needed a complete aesthetic overhaul. We designed a page more fitting for this independent tattoo shop and art gallery, and count this among our favorite designs.

Paternity Leave

Nashville based independent filmmaker Matt Riddlehoover needed a website for his latest film, Paternity Leave. He asked for a simple and attractive site that was responsive and would format perfectly to a mobile screen.

Camille Kemp, G.G.

Camille Kemp worked as a fine jewelry appraiser in the Washington, D.C. area for 20+ years. After a recent move to Nashville, she decided to establish an online presence to help introduce herself to her new city.

Cumberland Heights Alumni Association

In 2010, the Cumberland Heights Alumni Association asked us to design a website where recovering addicts who attended Cumberland Heights could connect with their community. We provided a slight facelift in 2014 and the site is still going strong years later.

Rep Your Voice

A nonprofit outreach program initiated by the Nashville Prevention Partnership, the Rep Your Voice site is youth-oriented, playfully colorful, and dynamic. Being able to update the site themselves was important to them, so we converted our design into a WordPress theme.