Get out and play.
It was the first thought in our heads when we woke up and the next day’s plan when we grudgingly climbed into bed at the end of a full day—dog tired (and likely without a bath).
It was something our parents said to us when we got crazy in the house, and said to themselves when the house, work or life got too crowded and crazy for them. Out the back door and running, we learned about self-sufficiency and selflessness, taking risks and being curious, finding solitude and with it, happiness. We came to love and appreciate the larger world around us and all the ways we could experience, explore and celebrate it.
Today, we squeeze every last ounce of the lessons we learned as kids out of our lives and put them into the work we create at Brandtatorship. The work we do today, changes minds, influences behavior, pushes boundaries. Just like us, our work is out the back door and running—it explores and exists in that valuable space within the hearts and minds of the larger world around us. It can’t just be good, it needs to do good.
Of course, now that we're older, getting outside to play is more important than ever.
Day in and day out we are influenced by the messages that brands carry. Some whisper as gently as a backcountry stream in summer or snow filtering through the pines. Some are more forward—the sharp-toothed mountain range or sagebrush expanse under painfully blue skies. That said, where the marketing landscape was once the land of giants, today the level of influence a brand carries no longer corresponds with the size of the company, or its marketing budget.Today intelligence, fearlessness and collaboration win the day. Unexpected, strategic creative and execution forged with passion, altruism, honesty and respect. Today, your brand seizes the day. Today, the world sees your brand differently.