Cari Clark Phelps
Founder + Creative Director
has steered her business into an award-winning design and communications firm that works with businesses locally and nationwide to establish their brand identity and position themselves strategically in the marketplace. Cari’s responsibility lays in the development of creative concepts, overseeing all internal processes within the company and working directly with clients on enhancing or creating their brand communications.
Many are familiar with Cari’s notable work with Savannah Bee Company; she developed their now-iconic brand through marketing materials, logo design, advertising, packaging and point of purchase displays. Her work for SBC has been published in Southern Living, Oprah Magazine, InStyle Magazine and The New York Times, among many others.
Cari has developed print and web for the economic development associations of Liberty County, Toombs County and Savannah and has launched or rebranded business identities for numerous professionals, products and services. Flow-meter manufacturer Brodie International uses her marketing elements worldwide. Clients have seen sales increase by more than 700% from Cari’s creative vision.
Cari has served as President for the Savannah Downtown Business Association, currently serves on the board of the statewide organization Georgia River Network, is a member of Rotary International, and is the founder of a creative professionals networking association, cSpot. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, graduating magna cum laude from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).
Bonnie loves the challenge of finding visual solutions for a variety of communication projects. With a problem solving approach to design, Bonnie contributes creative concepts for brand identities, advertisements, annual reports, websites, and packaging. With a strong background in print design, Bonnie has several years experience working in advertising and editorial design.
Bonnie graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in graphic design from the University of Georgia. She worked as a book designer for Hill Street Press before becoming the Art Director at South magazine in 2009. At South, Bonnie developed award-winning designs that enticed the reader with original typography and creative layouts. From advertising to dining and fashion editorial, Bonnie worked with a range of content to produce a visually entertaining magazine. Bonnie currently works part-time for Clark Creative Communications from the west coast just outside of Seattle, Washington.