Orange Moss Creative is a creative studio in San Antonio, TX that helps communicate your company’s brand story through expertise in beautiful, strategic, and professional graphic design & website design.

Lauren Hanley

Founder & Principal Creative

With over fifteen years of design experience, Lauren has a passion for both problem solving and creating beautiful and thoughtful designs.

Lauren spearheads all of the branding and website developments for Orange Moss Creative, and takes on the role of Creative Director for our retainer client design projects.

She has worked for a wide range of companies including corporate, public relations, event management, start-up, publication, and non-profit. The experience in these variety of business models made it an easy transition in starting her own creative studio. She has an extensive education background in design, earning her

+ Bachelor of Fine Arts in Computer Graphics and Business Management from Syracuse University
+ Master of Arts in Graphic Design from Savannah college of Art and Design.

Currently living and working in San Antonio, TX, her design clients have roots in Atlanta, New York, Washington D.C. Charlotte, and many others in between.

Jennifer Ostromecki

Marketing Communications Specialist

Jennifer is a marketing communications professional who focuses on content marketing, social media strategy, and brand development. She is passionate about the role storytelling plays in a brand’s content strategy believing that people connect with brands through the stories they share and the people associated with them. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and European History from the University of Rochester, where she was then awarded a full scholarship to study Linguistics and Language Development. She obtained her Master of Science in England from the University of East Anglia’s Norwich Business School, a program which focused on Brand Strategy and Development.

Danielle Phillips

Graphic Designer
Danielle is a graphic designer and photographer living in Atlanta, GA. She is passionate about creating and making things with purpose and intentionality, not only in her work but in her hobbies as well. Pursuing anything from painting, to music, to print designs, Danielle has been creative throughout her entire life.
She graduated from Lee University in 2018 and has been a professional graphic designer for 8 years. Throughout her career, she has been able to work on many different design projects; conference branding, social media templates, bible studies, you name it! She is passionate about growing in her career and being able to help clients come up with a beautiful product!

Jessica Mears

Graphic Designer
Jessica has been a graphic designer for over 15 years, designing for both small and large companies. She loves to hear what businesses seek as an outcome of the design, and strategize how the design will solve a problem. What makes your business special? What makes your customers excited to buy from you? What does your brand/color or imagery need to portray about you?
Jessica has a bachelor’s degree from LaGrange College, and an MFA in graphic design from Savannah College of Art and Design.

Alexis Myers

Website Maintenance Assistant

Alexis has been supporting businesses and organizations with web design, online tech, and digital marketing services since 2012. She’s combined her web design and digital marketing skills and strategies that she’s developed over the last 10+ years to help clients expand their reach, attract qualified leads, and convert more clients, customers, and supporters.

Webhq / Dan Cook

Developer / Security Expert

Dan is owner and founder of WebHQ, and he is our go-to resource for our website projects that require advanced custom coding. He’s a javascript whiz, website security expert, and an all around priceless resource to our website development team.

Speaking on Design

Visually Branding Your Company

Conversation with Kristine Sickels of Nexus Co-Work and Event Space

Framily  /  On Design

with Alison Knowlton of Lilacs on York Creative Studios & the  late Stanley Bradley

A reflection on the aesthetic of our lives, how to adapt when the things you design don’t go to plan, and learning to relate.