Matt is a visionary business builder. Since founding Nominee from his spare bedroom in 2010, Matt has been the force behind single-handedly building the studio into a nationally competing boutique agency, with an impressive range of clients like Goodwill, Chevy Music Showcase, and ATO Records. His zeal for excellence, endurance, and vision for success are what keeps the Nominee machine running 24/7.
In 2014, Matt was recognized as one of the Business Time’s 20 Under Forty and has a decade of design and creative direction experience.
Matt is also a very active in the music industry, currently recording and touring with his band Matt Stansberry & the Romance, as well as being a consultant on various music projects, and a voting member of The Grammys. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters.
Natalie is a design powerhouse, the happy medium of big-picture vision and detail-oriented execution. She can take on just about anything, from art directing & brand strategy to illustration and design. Always curious, Natalie is constantly researching new methods and skills to add to her arsenal.
In addition to her design work, Natalie is a fine artist whose paintings and illustrations have been shown in galleries throughout Oklahoma and North Texas.
If we asked our clients to describe Tim in one word, it would be "amazing." Tim is our web guru and with him, anything is possible. Constantly thinking one step ahead, Tim usually has the solution ready and tested before you even ask the question. Yeah, he's that good.
His passion for web design and development extends into the community, where he is an adjunct professor at Oklahoma Christian University teaching web design and development classes. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Cara, and his daughter, Hazel.
Meet the captain of our studio. Callie runs a tight ship managing our busy schedule, keeping things organized, and making sure the Nominee machine is always running smoothly. Not only does she know inner workings of Nominee like the back of her hand, but she is the first person to greet you with a smile when you walk in the door, and she’s passionate about creating remarkable experiences for our clients.
Callie loves discussing movie pop-culture, especially Wes Anderson movies (The Darjeeling Limited is her absolute favorite- don’t try to say otherwise), is a thrifting guru, and she enjoys experimenting in photography with her Minolta film camera.
Christian is a hand-lettering prodigy. Self-taught in the fine art of letter-crafting and illustration, he started his own freelance business at the age of 18. Not long after, we hired him as our designer where blowing minds with his type skills is a regular occurrence. When he's not in the studio, he's most likely creating another design tutorial for his YouTube channel, or dropping in skate parks around the city.
Below her calm exterior, Amanda is the dynamic combination of incredible design talent and tactical execution. She not only creates outstanding work, but her process-oriented workflow means she’s also researched at least twenty things about it, sketched it out a hundred times, and figured out at least three other smarter ways to do it that we didn’t even think of.
In her spare time, Amanda runs Quoin, her handmade leather goods company, where she enjoys the problem-solving aspect of making smart decisions to improve items we use every day.
If you want to meet someone who gets fired up about attention to detail, chat with Autumn. She’s our go-to in finding avant-garde solutions for reorganization; it invigorates her to know that every detail in a project has a home. Besides being an organization wizard, Autumn is also the most perceptive member of our team – her keen insight is what makes her a vital resource for our clientele.
Autumn’s extracurricular activities include an unparalleled gusto for all things Oktoberfest – the best way to woo her is an ice-cold mug filled to the brim with Left Hand Milk Stout -– and spending time with her daughter, Olive, whom she named after her family’s deep love for the salty snack. True story.