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A boutique branding studio led by Jessica
Comingore, specializing in refined identities and brand
alignment for creative entrepreneurs.

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marbury mission

It is our belief that you should be able to stand confidently behind a brand that aligns with your business goals, and by doing the most valuable work up front, we provide you with the tools needed to move forward with cohesion and ease, and a brand that’s an asset to your business for years to come.
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It’s been a little over a year since I launched Marbury, with a desire to create something beyond just myself; something that could support fellow creatives through their entrepreneurial journeys. And while the focus of our studio has always been in branding—visual identities, print, and web—it didn’t take long for me to realize that my […]

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For others, there may be more focus on branding before launch, with proper foundations and brand expression (aesthetics) put into place. But a shift may still show up despite all that work beforehand. Whichever category your brand falls into, after a few years working within your business or industry, you may begin to wonder if […]

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She is one of the few people that have always managed to make me feel comfortable in front of a camera, and I know that many others feel the same. The way I see Jennifer, a camera is simply her tool for connection, which is her truest gift. Her ability to bring out one’s unique […]

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At the start of 2018, I shared some of the design trends I was witnessing, including shifts towards more social media design, more rule-breaking, and more color. As we wind down 2018 and start looking toward 2019, I’d like to share what new trends I’m seeing in the design world and how they are (and […]

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