Sheldon Ceramics is a pottery studio based in East Los Angeles and inspired by founder Peter Sheldon's rustic Vermont heritage. Sheldon Ceramics features hand crafted and distinctive pieces for everyday use.
Los Angeles, CA
Little Thistle Design is a Los Angeles-based floral and event design company founded by Lanie Jansheski. Little Thistle is your one stop shop for realizing your decorating dreams -- on a budget .
Candylab Toys are makers of 1960s-inspired, design-forward heirloom wood toys. They are elegant, durable, and simple. Video produced in collaboration The Atelier LA.
For OpenHouse STRUKTR Studios developed a comprehensive growth strategy and strong narrative for their lifestyle-based real estate startup. Our original blog content attracted and engaged users while also organically highlighting keywords for enhanced SEO results.
For Dunn-Edwards STRUKTR Studios created a cohesive blog content strategy. Our custom blog content offers an expanded platform with which to engage new and current customers through smart, shareable, and timely storytelling; this includes influencer collaborations, interactive content, case studies, and think pieces. Our custom photography is vibrant visual story-telling component for Dunn-Edwards' blog and social media.
For White Orchid Interiors STRUKTR Studios crafted a comprehensive growth and press strategy, a social media aesthetic, and strong brand narrative. Our custom blog content offers Realtors, network home stagers, and FSBO home-sellers valuable insights while also growing White Orchid Interiors' organic search results.
- John Kvasnic, Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder of OpenHouse (acquired by Quicken Loans)
-John Matthews, Co-Founder & Marketing Director of White Orchid Interiors
-William Krisel, A.I.A, ambassador of Southern California's trademark mid-century butterfly roof on Marni Epstein-Mervis' piece "Le Corbusier's Forgotten Design: Socal's Iconic Butterfly Roof"
- Gabriel Huerta, Founder and Principal at STUDIOHUERTA.
- Curbed National, on Marni Epstein-Mervis' piece, "How the Cold War Shaped the Design of American Malls"