Maverick Events

What We Do


What We Do


As a full service event production, development and marketing company, Maverick provides a strong base to build long-term relationships with clients, vendors, headline talent, celebrities and high-profile donors alike. From concept to execution our unrivaled teamwork will provide you with exceptional service.

We believe that every client in and of itself is a unique brand. That said, we focus on creating brand recognition through events by cultivating partnerships and creatively marketing our clients through strategic partnerships, valuable sponsorships, cause marketing, press opportunities, and cross promotion to reach target demographics. Through limitless outreach, creating a unique niche, Maverick is set apart by our out-of-the-box thinking which creates new ties that inspire growth and productivity.

Our mission is to make the art of production as simple as possible, and yet we know that every occasion must be special. In keeping with this concept, we offer an array of services that accomplish this task. Whether it’s an intimate cocktail party for twenty with a focus on fine cuisine and elaborate décor or a full fledged concert benefit for a thousand with headline talent, extensive registration, and novelty gift bags; our staff is ready, willing and able to fulfill all of your needs.

I double-majored in Illustration and Communication Arts at the Hugo Design Institute. After interning for famed graphic artist Veruca Mafnas, I went on to design at ad agency Showcase, where I worked for nearly three years.

I balanced my day job with personal creative work, like collage and woodblock printing, which garnered attention from a few indie publishers. Eventually, I got offers from more established magazines, so I decided to design for Showcase on a freelance basis. This allowed me to work on other cool projects, from emerging brands to current events.

My creative approach—no matter the medium—is to find points of tension behind the idea I’ve been assigned or am interested in. I do several iterations on each point and usually end up refining the one I find most controversial.

For me, controversy isn’t about instigation, but rather, a way to arrest your audience. It’s a way to plant a little bit of desire in their hearts; a yearning to turn the page and learn more about your idea. Ultimately, it’s about creating memorable images.





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