Stand out above the noise. Stand out above the noise too

A boutique creative marketing firm withbig personality

We create cool sites on the web

Websites are like food presentations–you’ve got one shot at first impressions. We design websites that reflect everything that makes your concept or product uniquely yours, with features and functionality that grow with your business. Don’t know an algorithm from arachnophobia? We offer consultation and training, too.

Asico Photo
Naked Botanicals
The Spa Life
Girl Meets Food
Carpe DC Food Tours
Jill Collins PR
4Bitten Media

We can string together a sentence or two

Don’t get left out in the deconstructed, denatured, dehydrated dust. We create content for the hospitality space, whipping up fresh, original prose that proves you’re worth your salt.

We’ve got the experience and SEO chops to create keyword-rich, yet natural-reading content that brings in new customers, boosts your organic traffic, moves you up the search engine ranks, and establishes your online mojo.  Give us your wish list and we’ll craft the right content strategy for you.

Social Media Management

Social media marketing isn’t just about gaining more followers, it means growing brand awareness and turning followers into real customers. We can help with every stage of the process, from initial set-up to long-term social media strategies.

If a tree tweets in the forest and nothing’s around to retweet it, does it trend?!

Clients Past and Present

Chez Billy Sud Le Diplomate The Brixton American Ice Co. U Street Music Hall Mess Hall Satellite Room
Singer's Significant Meats Ten Tigers Parlour Provision No. 14 El Rey The Prospect DCanter Wines Mason Dixie Biscuit Co.

“Gotta be hungry to eat a donut? I never heard of such a thing.”

–Lawrence Garfield

The Wizards Behind the Curtain

Mary Kong-DeVito

After 12 years of working with in the luxury hospitality industry, Mary transitioned into freelance writing and eventually being her own girlboss at Fatback Media. Her writing has appeared in USA Today, Eater, Washington City Paper, Washington Post Express, and others.

Mary Kong-DeVito

Mary grew up in New York City around her family’s restaurants. Everyone cooked in the family, and everyone loved to eat. As an early adopter of digital media, she is the founder of DC-based dining blog, Girl Meets Food.

Mykl Wu

He’s not Liam Neeson, but he once drove 200 miles from Los Angeles To Ensenada, Mexico just to track down the perfect tostada. (He has over a decade of experience in television media production, and knows the hardship of owning a restaurant.)

Mykl Wu

Mykl has a very particular set of skills. Skills he acquired over a very long career. Skills that makes him the perfect instrument for social media strategy.

Andrew Lee

Andrew’s passion for art is deeply-rooted in his skate and punk rock youth, love for movies, and photography. When he’s not staring endlessly at computer monitors, he can be found befriending stray cats, shooting pool, hunting for burritos, beatboxing, bowling, or photographing street art in the city.

Andrew Lee

Hailing from New York City, Andrew has over a decade of Adobe Suite proficiency under his toolbelt, and his skill set is well-tasked for finding print, web, and motion graphic solutions.

Sandy Nguyen

Sandy makes things happen, ensuring our daily operations run smoothly while looking after our clients. Spinning plates come to mind, as no task is too small for this rock star manager, though secretly, she hopes there’s chocolate atop those plates.

Sandy Nguyen

Sandy’s intuition and ability to anticipate guests’ needs is what makes her a rock star in the client services industry, working with some of the top salons in the area, including Salon Nordine and Day Spa.


“What happens on social media stays on Google forever.”

–Chinese proverb

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