Hi, I’m Sharon Stahl.


Redhead, freckle faced, veteran of New York advertising, dog lover, design enthusiast, lover of food and all things chocolate, morning person, punctual to a fault, organ donor and occasional tango dancer. I prefer to watch movies in the theater with popcorn, eat out rather than in, don’t care about my astrological sign but believe in biorhythms and that dog people are different than cat people. I will go to the ends of the earth for a good laugh, raspberry pie or my friends.


After more than 12 years of battling the aromas of New York and surviving winter weather, traffic jams and subway snafus, I have finally succumb to the pleasures of California. However, there are things about New York that I really, really miss. The constant jibe of creative minds in search of the even better solutions. The realization that brilliant concepts and execution are only a place to begin. The thrill of seeing good work actually produce the intended oohs and aahs and client satisfaction.


On the other hand, there is something to be said for eternal sunshine and happy people. So, I thought there must be a way to commingle the best of both worlds? There is a way to keep the creative juices flowing without the constant battle of traffic jams and big egos.


Could you benefit from my New York experience albeit without paying New York prices? And what could I offer? Pretty much the whole gamut, everything from creating and implementing a fully integrated advertising campaign to conception and execution of graphic work that includes logos, print, collateral, web design and video.


Maya Angelou once said, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Great branding is understanding the feeling that you want to spark in your target market and how to elicit those emotions.


If you think a meeting might be beneficial, profitable or simply entertaining, I would love to show you what I have done for others and hear how I can help your business right here in the land of imperfect bagels.


I’m looking forward to it.



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