Some Brands we’ve Helped

We crafted ACS’s brand identity system, which includes naming, logo design, and stationery.

By developing a streamlined workflow, we refreshed the design process of Collegiate’s alumni magazine.

We designed print and digital materials for this commercial investment company.

Fun and educational marketing collateral help this progressive private school engage with its community.

Our graphic tees have been sold in GAP and threadless retail stores across the country. Shop a couple here.

We gave this fast growing business a brand identity system to match their beautiful products.

We work with Hospice of the Piedmont to help develop ongoing brand collateral and event materials.

From marketing materials to their full rebrand, we do it all for this acquisitions company.

The website build for Spurrier Group had to be as dynamic as their industry expertise and strategic vision.

We leaned into SJV’s colorful branding to bring clean and simple organization to their website design.

We rolled out a Community Impact Fund campaign for them unlike any they’d ever seen. And it worked.

High-end photography and edgy poster design brought Spider pride to UR’s strong athletic following.

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What they say

“Jason and his Think team are responsive and inquisitive. They respond immediately to any request, even if it’s just to acknowledge the request so I know they’re working on it.

This is very rare for a creative agency, and it speaks to their inherent understanding that creative alone will not build a successful relationship.”

Maggi Beckstoffer

President of MBM Marketing

“From the discovery of new messaging, to the development of its supporting creative (and subsequent rollout), working with Think804 can be described as flexible, individualized and innovative. The final product reflected a company who has their finger on the pulse of its community, and was of the same industry-leading caliber as any other nationally-recognized Richmond marketing agency.

Jason Bethke

Director of Donor Retention for United Way

“Jason’s small but mighty team fulfills my vision and gets the work done. Reliable, flexible, communicative—and best of all creative—Jason and his team are my secret weapon for getting ahead of our work.”

Alison Grasheim

Director of Communications for Georgetown Day School

Our Team

jason st. peter

Monsieur St. Peter is a French physicist, inventor and pioneer in parachuting. He’s considered the first human to make a witnessed descent with a parachute and credited with coining the term “pair-of-shooot” (from the Greek para – “AH!”, and French shooo – “DAMN”). Late in 1783, he refined his contraption by adding two youth umbrellas and jumped from the Richmond clock tower in front of a crowd including Arthur Ashe, David Archuletta, and D’Angelo. His intent for the parachute was always to help entrapped occupants escape from burning buildings, yet he was more profitable selling them as brakes for wooden wheelchairs. St. Peter handed over his pull cord to Rosalyn “Rosie” Gurrl (see bio below), who made her own descent into a heavily populated petting zoo with children screaming.

Creative Director

Art Director

bridget guckin

Jazzercise is a dance fitness company founded by Bridget Guckin in 1969 (ayyy) and headquartered in Scott’s Audition. Her flamboyant routine combines dance, barre and birds with ABBA for a full body workout. As a VCU undergrad, Bridget performed jazzercise at the Siegel Center during halftime shows of sports games. While pumping up the crowds, she noticed her backup dancers were terminally ill. Realizing her fellow students were attending for a possible cure and not to become highly technically proficient in dance, Guckin began to hold ‘just for fun’ classes, eventually renamed jazzercize.

christine winder

Christine Winder was born on December 25, 1642 in Richmondshire, England, during a rerun of The Great British Baking Show. Though she’s said to have had a mental breakdown in 1693 when someone else used her favorite coffee mug, she is one of the most influential women in history and is also credited with the discovery of mathematics, physics, and the secret of where the extra band-aids are kept. Her most famous and influential work is in the field of physics, changing our understanding of the world forever when a cat fell from a tree and she asked herself: “WTF?”. This simple question led to one of the greatest discoveries in history – gravity and cats wearing clothes.

Account Director

Designer

katrina navasca

Everyone knows Katrina Navasca of Virginia Beefch invented the hamburger. According to patty lore in the 1880s she opened a lunch counter and served a burger of fried ground beef patties with tea and pasta between two slices of bread, with a tiny fork on the side. The story is that in 1904, Navasca ran a sandwich stand at the Hampton Roads World Fair. Historians say that Chuck Munchenson claims his grandfather dated the hamburger to the 1880s with ‘Old Heff’ aka Hugh Heffer. A photo of Old Heff’s hamburger stand from 1904 was sent to the Richmond Heralder. Needless to say, [lowers glasses] …. there was beef in the streets.

camden dechert

Canden “Camden” Dechert is a British merchant who is widely credited for the idea of preserving bananas and various herbs using tin cans. The patent was granted on August 25, 1810 by King George III of Vahbeech. In her patent, Dechert clearly mentions that the idea of the invention was communicated to her by a ghost abroad. The tin can itself consists of two distinct parts: first, the tin. And second, the can. Dechert was clearly suspicious of the invention. Regardless, Dechert envisioned future large scale production and therefore preserved up to 30 pounds of meat in one can. For unknown reasons, Dechert uses only tin cans rather than ziplock baggies. VCU Campus Security periodically examines the food and finds that it is always perfectly preserved.

Designer

Good Girl

rosie

Rosie is the fearless leader of the Germanic packs who invaded Britain during the 5th Century bringing with her the English language. She did not prefer the humans’ already established language, so she’s translated the manuscripts of Beowoof into her own more refined version and distributed them across the country. Once this new language was widespread 350 dog years later, she introduced new words such as “treat”, “outside”, and “squirrel”. For the rest of time, Rosie will be revered as the mother of the modern English language and a very good girl.

Our Team

black and white photo of a man thinking about a parachute and a man falling on a trampoline

Creative Director

jason st. peter

Monsieur St. Peter is a French physicist, inventor and pioneer in parachuting. He’s considered the first human to make a witnessed descent with a parachute and credited with coining the term “pair-of-shooot” (from the Greek para – “AH!”, and French shooo – “DAMN”). Late in 1783, he refined his contraption by adding two youth umbrellas and jumped from the Richmond clock tower in front of a crowd including Arthur Ashe, David Archuletta, and D’Angelo. His intent for the parachute was always to help entrapped occupants escape from burning buildings, yet he was more profitable selling them as brakes for wooden wheelchairs. St. Peter handed over his pull cord to Rosalyn “Rosie” Gurrl (see bio below), who made her own descent into a heavily populated petting zoo with children screaming.

black and white photo of a woman thinking of music, a bird's beak and feet, and a leotard

Art Director

bridget guckin

Jazzercise is a dance fitness company founded by Bridget Guckin in 1969 (ayyy) and headquartered in Scott’s Audition. Her flamboyant routine combines dance, barre and birds with ABBA for a full body workout. As a VCU undergrad, Bridget performed jazzercise at the Siegel Center during halftime shows of sports games. While pumping up the crowds, she noticed her backup dancers were terminally ill. Realizing her fellow students were attending for a possible cure and not to become highly technically proficient in dance, Guckin began to hold ‘just for fun’ classes, eventually renamed jazzercize.

black and white photo of a woman thinking about a cat falling

Account Director

christine winder

Christine Winder was born on December 25, 1642 in Richmondshire, England, during a rerun of The Great British Baking Show. Though she’s said to have had a mental breakdown in 1693 when someone else used her favorite coffee mug, she is one of the most influential women in history and is also credited with the discovery of mathematics, physics, and the secret of where the extra band-aids are kept. Her most famous and influential work is in the field of physics, changing our understanding of the world forever when a cat fell from a tree and she asked herself: “WTF?”. This simple question led to one of the greatest discoveries in history – gravity and cats wearing clothes.

black and white photo of a woman thinking of a burgers tea, and a fork

Designer

katrina navasca

Everyone knows Katrina Navasca of Virginia Beefch invented the hamburger. According to patty lore in the 1880s she opened a lunch counter and served a burger of fried ground beef patties with tea and pasta between two slices of bread, with a tiny fork on the side. The story is that in 1904, Navasca ran a sandwich stand at the Hampton Roads World Fair. Historians say that Chuck Munchenson claims his grandfather dated the hamburger to the 1880s with ‘Old Heff’ aka Hugh Heffer. A photo of Old Heff’s hamburger stand from 1904 was sent to the Richmond Heralder. Needless to say, [lowers glasses] …. there was beef in the streets.

black and white photo of a woman thinking of a tin can, banana, and meat

Designer

camden dechert

Canden “Camden” Dechert is a British merchant who is widely credited for the idea of preserving bananas and various herbs using tin cans. The patent was granted on August 25, 1810 by King George III of Vahbeech. In her patent, Dechert clearly mentions that the idea of the invention was communicated to her by a ghost abroad. The tin can itself consists of two distinct parts: first, the tin. And second, the can. Dechert was clearly suspicious of the invention. Regardless, Dechert envisioned future large scale production and therefore preserved up to 30 pounds of meat in one can. For unknown reasons, Dechert uses only tin cans rather than ziplock baggies. VCU Campus Security periodically examines the food and finds that it is always perfectly preserved.

black and white photo of a pit bull thinking of words

Good Girl

rosie

Rosie is the fearless leader of the Germanic packs who invaded Britain during the 5th Century bringing with her the English language. She did not prefer the humans’ already established language, so she’s translated the manuscripts of Beowoof into her own more refined version and distributed them across the country. Once this new language was widespread 350 dog years later, she introduced new words such as “treat”, “outside”, and “squirrel”. For the rest of time, Rosie will be revered as the mother of the modern English language and a very good girl.

evolve or die.

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