Monumental urns have stories to tell

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Monumental urns have stories to tell

When I first moved from Burlington, VT to the Berkshires area, I was a little off my game. The move from a place I loved for MANY years to a new location was trying – much more stressful than I thought it would be. There have been ups and downs over the past two years, and I know there are a few more to come, but I am happy to report that I’ve found my footing. The Northwestern Connecticut/Southern Berkshire County area is gorgeous, I’m finding my people (serving on a couple boards – one non-profit, one business-related), and I LOVE the business I am growing: I help small business owners to tell their stories and grow their businesses through digital marketing (social media marketing, e-newsletters, email campaigns, etc.).

Like with any job I’ve ever had, I come at digital marketing with the perspective, “How can I be of help?” I did this with communications, fundraising, sales, professional image consulting & personal branding, and now digital marketing. (Yup! Jackie of all Trades, Mistress of Some, as I like to say.)

The photo above features a monumental urn – a ceramic vessel made by Steve Procter of Stephen Procter Ceramics in Brattleboro, VT. Steve’s one of my clients – I’ve just started working with him and am so excited to see where we go. He is busy creating amazing ceramic art, so he doesn’t have time to manage social media, website, e-newsletters, and much of the content creation. I happily work with Steve to understand his unique brand, his passions, his voice, what outcomes he’s looking for, and translate all that into amazing consistent and confident content for his audiences.

If you are the type of person who likes a five-foot tall ceramic garden vessel (and really, who isn’t? ;>), you can see his work on Facebook and Instagram. <– Follow Steve, won’t you?