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Rachel Scott Everett is co-founder and creative director at EVERGIB, a nomadic creative studio specializing in strategically led advertising and branding. Since the 2016 election, she's been a passionate resister, leveraging her expertise to raise awareness of, and advocate for, women's rights and social equality.
It may be Women's Equality Day, but the U.S. is one of just 28 countries worldwide that does not guarantee women constitutional equality. Read our article to learn more. #Equality4Everyone
Local photographer Cade Martin shot images for a national TV spot for Tuff Shed. The 30-second video is posted on the storage shed manufacturer's website and LinkedIn page, and the images also refresh the company's photo asset library to reflect current circumstances. Martin worked out shoot logistics locally with the general manager of Tuff Shed's Richmond factory.
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"In some cases, a brand stretches or distorts the truth to appeal to its audience. Do we really think Pop-Tarts are part of a nutritious breakfast , as Kellogg's suggests? Over time, the reinforcement of this skewed reality becomes accepted as the norm.
New work includes #OnHoldAtHome, a collaboration with photographer Tania del Carmen Fernandez, documenting humble stories from the homebound, currently featured in RVA Magazine. #evergib
As the COVID-19 pandemic upended all of our lives this spring, Rachel Everett got together with photographer Tania del Carmen Fernandez to document how well Richmond is holding up. Their multimedia project is called #OnHoldAtHome. In March 2020, COVID-19 disrupted the lives of people all over the world.
This month marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, which gave women in the United States the right to vote. A new documentary, "These Things Can Be Done ," looks at the Virginia suffragists who fought for this right, though Virginia was not one of the states that ratified the amendment.
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The 100th anniversary of women's suffrage is an auspicious time for Virginians to reflect on the fight for equality. "These Things Can Be Done: Women's Suffrage in Virginia," a production of Boedeker Films, is presented by VPM in association with the Virginia Museum of History and Culture.
#OnHoldAtHome - RVA Photo Series Documenting Stories of Hope, Fears, and Lessons Learned during COVID-19
When the pandemic effectively closed Virginia in March, families and individuals scrambled to find new ways to work, socialize, and stay sane while staying safe. As exhibits and performances were cancelled, artists and other creatives found a unique space in their calendars to bring about new art and new stories.
On July 1, 2020, I stood with hundreds of masked observers to witness history in my hometown of Richmond, Virginia: the official removal of the first Confederate statue in our city. A deluge of rain poured down, but spectators didn't budge.
Give us a one-line bio of yourselves. We're a husband/wife freelance team and co-founders of EVERGIB, a nomadic (now stay-at-home) creative studio. Where are you living right now, and who's with you? We live-just the two of us-in Richmond, Virginia, affectionately known by locals as RVA.
Photographer Fernandez (whose photography business is Tania del Carmen Photography ) and her filmmaker husband, Julian Pozzi, have retooled their vocations to tell the stories of Richmonders sequestered at home by COVID-19. The aim is to eventually use the images and stories as a document of this time, although what shape that will take is to be determined.
Backyard violinists, driveway drag shows and porch parties: How people in Richmond are 'socially distant' socializing during the coronavirus
Driveway cocktail hours - or drag shows. Al fresco concerts. Porch parties. In the two months since Virginians have been asked to stay home to contain the coronavirus, Richmonders have found creative ways to socialize ... from a safe distance, of course.
Business (Not) As Usual, The Impact of COVID-19 on "Non-Essential" Workers, #OnHoldAtHome photo series, #PorchSolidarity happy hours and more. #evergib
All sorts of businesses around Richmond are trying to survive in the midst of quarantine; coming up with survival strategies has been even tougher for those deemed non-essential. With Governor Northam's recent issue of a mandatory lockdown, it's clear business won't be getting back to usual anytime soon.
PHOTOS: Neighbors in the Fan socialize at a safe distance during weekly '#PorchSolidarity Parties' - RVAHub
Neighbors in the Fan have found a creative way to socialize during this time of social distancing, and do it from the comfort - and safe distance - of their own porches. Reader Rachel Scott Everett and her husband Brian Gibson organize regular porch gatherings to catch up with neighbors over drinks, music, and conversation.
Throughout history, certain years and cultural moments mark significant changes and threats to social and political justice - equity for all people. In 2017, the newly elected government in Romania wanted to decriminalize corruption offenses, and Romanians marched in what was a comparable gathering since the fall of communism in Bucharest.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment in the United States granting women the right to vote, the Commonwealth of Virginia has organized a statewide commemoration led by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture (VMHC).
The Martin Agency named Elizabeth Paul as chief strategy officer. A 10-year Martin vet, Paul previously was at MullenLowe, where she was a three-time winner of the Jay Chiat Award and worked with brands such as Burger King, Jet Blue, E-Trade and Grey Goose. Chief Growth Officer Michael Chapman previously dually served as Martin's CSO.
They say the moment you start at Brandcenter, your entire life changes. This couldn't be more true for Rachel Scott Everett (AD, 2001) and Brian Gibson (AD, 2001), who not only launched their creative careers following their time at Brandcenter (previously Adcenter), but then got married and started their own creative studio, EVERGIB, together along...
Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granting women the right to vote, the Virginia Museum of History & Culture selected 20 women to re-create a 1915 photograph of suffragists taken at the State Capitol in Downtown.
A surf park-anchored mixed-use development in the works in Chesterfield enlists a local firm for its website, a Richmond voice actor records spots for a downtown agency at a Shockoe studio, and several area shops announce promotions and new hires.
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Virginia Museum of History & Culture recreating historic suffragist photo in Capitol Square - Augusta Free Press
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The end of the year is coming up fast, and we're already looking towards what next year will bring. For designers like myself, the end of the year is an inspiring time. What trends and design aesthetics will be popularized in 2020? What trends will likely be on their way out?
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Every month we roundup the best portfolios launched by agencies, freelance designers, and other creative professionals, into one easy-to-digest collection. It's August, which means the rain is finally slowing down, and I have a chance to get my roof fixed.
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Red Orange Studio's Slice division picked up four new clients. Local dressmaker Inspired by the Dress will receive an updated brand, marketing materials and website. The division is working with Pinch Hit Partners on a rebrand for Hazzard Electrical of Ashland. Point Two Consulting, an executive coaching firm in Los Angeles, is working with Slice on a new website.
Cream Studio and Barber Martin Agency teamed up to create a spot for Virginia Lottery's Jewel 7s Playbook. The motion-designed spot shows gemstones, metallics and textures representing different scratch games in each book, with sound by Overcoast. Released this month, the 30-second spot received airtime during the Winter Olympics and will run through spring.
More than 1,000 people, including Gov. Ralph Northam, marched in Carytown on Saturday.
Martin promoted Matt Mattox from senior vice president, group planning director to SVP, group account director. The nearly-dozen-year employee is charged with leading the Geico account, assuming a role previously held by Ben Creasey. Ndp won a gold eHealthcare Leadership Award for Best Marketing Campaign for its work for Kindred Healthcare.
A group of local firms collaborate on a wedding-specific PR resources program, a design studio pulls from an area private school for its latest hire, and a downtown agency releases new work after a car crashed into its storefront this month.
For more than 165 years, JFS Richmond (Jewish Family Services) has provided exceptional guidance and support to individuals and families of all ages, faiths and income levels. Despite this longevity,many are unaware of the full range of quality services this respected nonprofit organization provides. "That's precisely why a rebrand was in order," said newly-appointed Chief [...]
JFS Richmond partnered with Evergib on a rebranding and phased marketing plan that covered development of a new brand positioning, logo, visual identity system, messaging, website and marketing materials. The rebrand identifies JFS, also known as Jewish Family Services, as one of the city's longest-running nonprofit resources for care, counseling and adoption.
Events marking the 20th anniversary of the VCU Brandcenter continued last week, when alumni from nearly all of its graduating classes descended on the school for a three-day-long summit. Intended to become an annual event, the inaugural alumni summit brought graduates and students together to provide professional development and networking opportunities.
All Talks Individuals Chapters Ed Trask, after growing up in Loudoun County VA. left his rural existence, moved to Richmond VA. and enrolled into the Virginia Commonwealth University's painting program. While in school he spent every waking hour playing music in the mid 80's Richmond punk scene and painting.
Free Agents Marketing, which is celebrating its 15th year in business, completed a rebrand for the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce, now ChamberRVA. The change corresponds with the organization's move to new office space at 919 E. Main St. and is meant to reflect the chamber's evolution and vision for the future.
The film, titled "The Voyage," was filmed in Croatia and The Bahamas, centering on a stylish, worldly couple as they make their way on a special voyage to an unknown destination. Throughout the spot, we see cinematic flashbacks of their well-traveled life together including milestone moments they've experienced in Riviera-style locations around the globe - extraordinary moments of arrival, discovery and jubilation.
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Jun 20, 2012 at 11:21AM It sure is nice when you can post about something your friend is doing. Fellow Brandcenter grad and art director Brian Gibson has just brewed a batch of beer as a personal project.