His passion for service has been a mainstay throughout Shephard’s career. In 2008, he was the lead designer and art director for the award-winning, non-profit, The Big Kidz Foundation. Success soon followed as Shephard launched a web and print identity redesign that increased viewership for the The Big Kidz Foundation by 57 percent. Joey is curretly pursuing a Masters in Fine Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design Atlanta campus.
Roché has been lead creative on design projects for the NFL, NBC’s Biggest Loser, and motivational speaker Byron L. Harris. She has developed identity and branding systems for John G. Riley Museum of African American History and Culture and the United States Colored Troops museum exhibits.
The marketing, communications and brand promotion industry has been Jasmine Bullard’s home for more than seven years. She has applied her skills in research and demographic targeting to help retail and media giants like Victoria Secret (Pink Campaign) and Sony Pictures (“Jumping The Broom”) market to more than 15,000.