Nathan has spent almost two decades as a hybrid designer, constantly evolving alongside technology and industry shifts. He founded Baseline Creative in 2005 and has grown it into a full-service agency. He finds inspiration everywhere and in everyone but especially in a good cup of coffee.
On the home front, Nathan is an avid baker and enjoys printmaking and painting. He has three brilliant daughters, an amazingly effervescent wife, a Golden Retriever named Betty, a Kansas Humane Society rescue named JoJo, and a menagerie of cats—acquired by his wife and daughters. His favorite, over all, is orange.
Bridgette puts her masters of business law, and bachelor's degree in public relations and political science, to good use by implementing procedures and protocols that help Baseline operate more efficiently. She thinks five—if not 10—steps ahead at all times.
Bridgette has an innate business sense that allows her to manage the more pragmatic side of a creative firm. She helps coach staff members and keeps them on task—all with a smile on her face. She helps shape our team as the hiring manager, and applicants will earn some unofficial bonus points if they've read this far and understand who to reach out to about opportunities with Baseline.
She identifies as a bona fide crazy cat lady. It all started with the late Burt Reynolds and his littermate Frida Kahlo, brown tabby and Lynx Point Siamese respectively, and now includes Schwarz the orange tabby and Phoenix the tiny tuxey. Her canine companions, Betty White the Golden Retriever, and JoJo effervescent American Shelter Dog round out her fur squad.
Andrea is the Agency Director for Baseline Creative and oversees staff and strategic direction for clients. In her multi-faceted role, Andrea is committed to continuing the culture of collaboration at Baseline and being a cheerleader for team members. Andrea also enjoys building relationships with clients, and working with them to evaluate the bigger picture and work toward goals.
Andrea loves spending time with her family including her husband and two nearly grown children and their rescue dog, a Beagle/Basset mix named Maggie.
As the Web & Technology Director, Ben oversees the development team, ensuring adherence to best practices in web and application development. Ben is also the lead on PetBridge, an animal shelter software developed by Baseline.
Ben has diverse musical interests ranging from ska to his favorite jazz musician, Don Ellis. He’s always keeping the office guessing musically. He also loves BBQ, good science fiction and comic books.
Ben enjoys lounging with his wife, Anna and their two children—who keep the adults very busy.
Running is her getaway and she has participated and completed various races ranging from 5k to half marathon—and is aiming to complete a full marathon. Brittany enjoys coffee and reading Inspirational and educational books with the occasional novel to balance things out. She also enjoys sports including football, basketball and boxing as well as the occasional scary or action movie.
In her spare time, Nicole enjoys several hobbies including gardening in her own “secret garden” of decorative trees and flowers, multiple fruit trees, and a vegetable garden. She’s also a freelance photographer and likes all genres of music, dancing, and singing. She appreciates eclectic styles, historical architecture, and antiques. Nicole lived in Okinawa, Japan for five years and is passionate about learning about other cultures, languages, and traveling.
Nicole has five amazing kids ranging from college-age to elementary school. Like most on the Baseline team, Nicole has a pet — a Borkie (Bichon/Yorkie mix) named Wilhelmina who is like a teddy bear.
Jessica is our Graphic Design Intern who is working on social media graphics and print pieces. Additionally, Jessica helps with web design for Baseline, as well as marketing strategy. If we go viral on Tiktok, thank Jessica! She is passionate about the change graphic design can make within its message. Jessica says that graphic design is everywhere, and it can spark change in a grandiose way.
She looks forward to mentoring the next generations of creatives to achieve their goals and is passionate about helping to eliminate the negative stigma surrounding immigrants and immigrant families. She hopes to change the narrative of minorities in her future career and uplift them in a positive light through graphic design.
During her free time, Jessica likes to spend time outdoors. Her favorite activity is jumping on her trampoline with her two shorty bullies: Coco and Cookie.
Amy is our Digital Marketing Intern and has been helping create content for social media, writing for web, and videography. She is passionate about how media prompts social change, more specifically in terms of representation for minorities. She aspires to be a (creative) director, and work in the documentary film industry.
Amy desires to bridge the gap of representation in the media: race, gender, mental health issues, and sexualities of all kinds. She also hopes to inspire the next generation of women and people of color to explore creative endeavors. As of now, her biggest accomplishment is producing and directing a documentary series with a student cohort at WSU’s Elliot School of communication. She is excited for what’s next in Los Angeles!
If Amy isn’t in the office, you can often find her taking pictures, filming snippets of her life, sleeping, or watching Bob’s Burgers.