Company Man Studios
  • The Pressures of Originality

    My name is Taylor Morris, and I am the 2018 summer intern at Company Man. I am a rising senior studying Motion Media Design at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. I am originally from Coventry, Rhode Island, but my family moved down to Tampa in 2016. I came into this […]
  • A Cross-Cultural Society

    Clearly, there is no way to encompass what culture is within just a few words. We have trouble defining culture because it’s all around us. It’s the food we eat. The music we listen to. The art we love. Our mannerisms. Language. Each part of the world has its respective acceptance of what’s “normal” and […]

  • The Headshot.

    We all love staring directly into a camera and trying to display your personality in one photo…NOT. But headshots can be an important marketing tool for you or your company to help relate to the public. 
    Headshots are part of your company’s branding. If your headshots aren’t professional, it makes the public question the quality of […]

  • Redefining Industry Standards.

    For women, last year was a trying time. From the attempted defunding of Planned Parenthood to the aftermath of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, 2017 was overall tough for females. And yet, from these misfortunes we are beginning to see women rise.

    This is no exception in the world of adland.

    Flick through any industry magazine, […]

  • The Working Man: an Animated Short Film

    A few weeks ago I opened a YouTube account and posted my first animated short film. It was the culmination of a long journey to get my labor of love across the finish line. For a year and a half I’d spent late nights and weekends drawing and coloring 10,000 frames of animation. And when I […]

  • John Cote – the Intern 2017

    Interning has become essential for all college students. More and more employers hire based off experience and not just on educational background. Company Man Studios provided me with the perfect internship experience. The internship was geared towards me and what experience I wanted to gain.

    To begin with, from day one I got hands-on experience […]

  • Advice from a Perpetual Student of Design- Part 2

    With the ever changing world we live in, it’s hard to keep up with what’s the newest–but it is part of your job after graduating to keep teaching yourself. As designers we must constantly keep up with the trends of today’s society. This is the second part to my blog entry, that gives advice to […]

  • Advice from a Perpetual Student of Design- Part 1

    FINE ARTS & DESIGN
    I attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and graduated this past December with a BFA concentration in Graphic Design and a Minor in Art History. While in school I learned a lot about design, but after school is when I’ve learned the most. A lot of people undermine design education. […]