Hello! We’re Culture Farm, a full-service branding agency that vastly expands the definition of “full-service” to make clients’ marketing dollars stretch further.
We are a small agency that does massive work. You’d be surprised how much time is saved when you streamline internal communications. Instead of a vertically tiered system that wastes time by seeking creative approval at every level, ours is horizontal, allowing us to create exceptional creative that is unencumbered by bureaucracy.
You’ll always have seasoned creatives touching your account. Collectively, we have worked for some of the most successful agencies in the southwest on some of the nation’s leading brands.
Lets get to work together!
- Design and Branding
In House Branding Tool
- TV Production
- Editing and Motion Graphics
- Radio Production
- Digital Illustration
- Digital Animation
- Website Design and Coding
- 2D and 3D Graphics
Scott’s career started in Houston at an agency called Winius Brandon when he walked into the office and said, “I’ll work for you for free.” At that time, he didn’t have a portfolio. Of course, they gave him a job and he was off! After 6 months, they offered him $11,000 a year. He soon left and joined Tracy-Locke in Dallas.
At Tracy-Locke, it was extremely competive amonst writers. Scott was invited to join a select group of writers in what was then called Radio Monsters. He would work on his radio spots at night and all weekend to present at the table. He says he appreciated that competitvness because it sharpened my skill more than anything else.
Scott will always sacrifice money for creative. He says, “If we need to shoot another day that wasn’t budgeted, we’re going to shoot another day. In the long run, the better creative always pays off. Besides, I can’t stand to have stuff out there that we are not proud of.”
Executive Creative Director / Founder
- – 24 years in advertising
- – Tracy Locke, Fogarty Klein, Momentum
- – Southern Methodist University
- – Wasatch Academy, Utah
Micah started as an intern at Project One, the name of Culture Farm for the first 3 years. After overhearing that our client – Fish City Grill – was interested in a brand refresh, Micah went home and over the weekend created a new brand look that was steller. The client loved it and we knew we had to hire this art director extraordinaire immediately.
Micah has been responsible for building some amazing brand looks for many of our clients – Cowboy Chicken, Twin Peaks, The Ranch, Jimboy’s Tacos. The list goes on. Micah’s work is exceptional. However, his real gift is listening to clients and extracting a brand based on their vision.
Everybody loves Micah. He is as geniune and caring as they come. He is looking out for the client’s best interest by bringing new ideas that were not solicited by by the client. And they love him for it.
Juliann, AKA the Beast, is one of the best designers in Dallas, hands-down. She single-handedly handled all the art direction and design for Launch Point, a division of Tracy Locke created to launch new package goods.
Ever the student, she designs with the the voracity of a new graduate out to set the world on fire, but with the seasoned hands of an elderly woman with veracose veins. You should see her hands, they’re not pretty.
Decorative type, retro, mod, whatever the brand needs Juliann will envision it and bring it to light through design. The thing that clients love about Juliann is her enthusiam for their brand. It’s on her mind until the design is fully-fleshed out. She methodically builds from the strategy – layer upon layer – until the brand has “the look” that everybody knows is perfect. .
Designer / Creative Director
- – 19 years in Advertising
- – Tracy-Locke, Launch Point
- – University of North Texas
- – Awards (DSVC, AIGA)
Ginny Laurin came to Culture Farm as an intern fresh out of Texas A&M University (whoop). As luck would have it, she was in the right place at the right time as the company needed someone to take over an Account Services role.
In her position with Culture Farm, her exceptional organizational and people skills — as well as her attention to detail — have been assets in managing projects, maintaining positive relationships with clients, producing shoots and contributing to ensuring final products are correct and on-brand.
Off the job, the self proclaimed “Harry Potter loser” is reading, trying out new recipes, or forcing strangers to look at pictures of her dog, Charlie.
Patricia Alejandra Cruz is a designer with an enthusiasm for the quirky details, from illustrations to her shoe wear. She comes from a place surrounded by mountains called Monterrey, Mexico, then moved to a flat place just outside of weird (Austin) named Buda, Texas in 2008.
She graduated with a BFA from the Communication Design program with a minor in Spanish at the University of North Texas. Her design interests are brand identity, publication design, packaging & art direction. When she’s not designing, she enjoys reading A song of Ice and Fire novels, experiment in the kitchen, & listening to 80’s Argentine Rock.
Rodrigo graduated from the Miami Intentional University of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Art in Film & Digital Production. Prior to that Rodrigo attended the Miami Lakes Educational Center, a magnet high school, where he got a Vocational Certificate in Commercial Art, with an
emphasis in Graphic Design.
Rodrigo Orellana has developed his skills from graphic design into film production. Through the years he focused more on post production, video editing, motion graphics and visual effects. He moved to Dallas Texas from Florida in 2016 and landed a Job at Culture Farm.