Let's DWELL in what we love and send it out into the WORLD.
Hello there, I'm Taylor, the creative behind Dwell Collective co, but call me Tay. Let's get to know each other, shall we?
I'm a proud momma to a 4 year old named Luke, and a free-spirited Carin Terrier named Kensie Marie. My husband is my steadfast foundation in life and I love sharing every day with him. Two days after graduating from The University of Florida in 2010, I hopped in my car and headed west. For ten years, I called Colorado home. Under those brilliant peaks, I ran a company that published nationally-distributed magazines (over 40 to be exact!) and refined my skillsets as an entrepreneur, designer and editor. From directing hundred of shoots, to graphic design, marketing strategy and copywriting, and thousands of emails with advertisers in-between, it was a learning experience like no other. After moving to Georgia in 2019, I decided to start Dwell Collective. It’s a concept I’ve been crafting for a while now; a way to connect my heart back into design and consulting.
I believe in building a look that represents you; authentic and true to your core message.
Think of me as your brand's storyteller, helping to design, capture and create who you are through imagery, marketing collateral and clever concepts. From logos to lifestyle shoots, catalogs to virtual masterclass workbooks, and all the social strategy in-between, I would be honored to work together.
Taylor has been such a pleasure to work with - her work, ideas and creativity on our wedding marketing and social media has significantly increased our inquiries, interest and bookings, keeping me VERY busy!
Eva Pekkala, aspen snowmass
Designed over 8,981 book and magazine pages
Produced 40+ national newsstand magazines
CONSULTING CLIENTS ON AVERAGE HAVE SEEN THIER IG REACH AND ENGAGEMENT GROW BY OVER +200% CONSTANTLY EACH MONTH.
13 YEARS IN THE WEDDING & EVENT INDUSTRY, WITH 9 YEARS IN DESIGN, CONSULTING AND MARKETING
SINCE 2021, DWELL HAS DESIGNED 4 LOOKBOOKS, 3 SELF-PUBLISHED BOOKS, 2 PRINT MAGAZINES, & 1 COURSE TEXTBOOK
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