Sit. Stay. Think.

The overthinking began in 2009 with a few clever logos and t-shirt designs. We’ve since grown into a group of passionate strategists and creators. Attentive listeners and thorough communicators. Driven perfectionists and witty storytellers. And whether we’re working on brand identity, print design, or website development, we put our hearts and souls into everything we do.

Our Team

Jason St. Peter sitting in chair

Jason St. Peter

creative Director

Experience in the military, the corporate world, and with another local agency guided Jason to build an agency of his own. Outside of the office, he feeds two kids and neglects 61 houseplants.

Christine Winder sitting on couch

Christine Winder

Account Director

Christine manages the day-to-day for Think and also writes articles for several magazines. Her brain retains every f’ing detail and her magnetism gets her roped into an MLM every time she goes to Target.

Sam Park

Project Manager

Sam’s flavourful background of work with nonprofits and years behind the bar in Richmond restaurants provided the perfect cocktail of skills for his role as Think’s Project Manager. When he’s not here, you can (probably not) catch him mountain biking – he’s too fast, we tried – and serving as a body pillow for his pittie, Taco.

Laura Eugley sitting on stool

Laura Eugley

Graphic Designer

Ad layouts, magazines, and all sorts of other creative projects run through Laura. She’s super friendly but also assertive—that’s why she’s Rosie’s favorite.

Photo of Emily Heer sitting at desk

Emily Heer

Graphic Designer

Emily started with us as a summer intern, but we loved her so much we firmly encouraged her to join us full-time. Luckily for us, she happily obliged. Emily’s a meticulous creative, assisting with all things print and digital design, die-hard Buffalo Bills fan, and cinephile.


Good Girl

Rosie loves going to work each day, hosting meetings, then napping for a bit. She’s a dreamer. Her aliases include: Nana, Meat, Teets, Sweet Toots, Morning Brown, Mud Flaps, and Shirley You Can’t Be Serious.