Weekly Recap from The JASE Studio, May 4-10 – Did you see us on SportsCenter?

Did you see us on SportsCenter this weekend? That’s right–Nicole and I made the national sports news at the Braves vs Nationals game on Saturday in DC. Check out the screenshot of the video clip at the bottom of this … Read More

Weekly Recap from The JASE Studio, April 27-May 3 – I look forward to seeing you this week

How was your weekend? Ours was eventful and fun with sporting events, getting together with friends for the Kentucky Derby, and an early Mother’s Day family cookout. The week at the studio was filled with fun work for our clients, … Read More

Weekly Recap from The JASE Studio, April 20-26 – What an exciting week! Did you stop by?

Wow. I’m still reeling from last week’s excitement. Several fun people stopped by the studio to visit last week and we also received commitments from three new clients. The JASE family is growing; are you ready to step onboard? Friends. … Read More

Weekly Recap from The JASE Studio, April 13-19 – I enjoyed our chat

Several people asked me last week about our weekly recap newsletters. Why talk personal? Why talk business? Why mix them in the same conversation? If you know me on any level, you know that JASE is my life and my … Read More

Williamsburg Coffee Spotted On The Front Page Of Inside Business

We love opening up our copy of Inside Business and seeing one of our awesome PR clients, Williamsburg Coffee & Tea Co., on the front page. It’s a fantastic article on Williamsburg Coffee, its owner, Todd Arnette, and the specialty … Read More

Print Advertising: Magazine Ad Design for Williamsburg Coffee & Tea Co.

When conveying a message to the public in print publication advertising campaigns, most times less is more. But that less has to stand out or risk being overlooked. Our client, Williamsburg Coffee & Tea, tasked JASE with concepting and designing … Read More

How Original Are Your Ads?

We recently pitched a new ad campaign to one of our clients.  Long story short, their comments were complimenting and their reaction was full of excitement.  Original and catchy were two adjectives used to describe the new concept, which is … Read More