Our Process

We cut to the core.

We find the most important thing about you, and we focus on that. Sometimes, it's easy to find that one thing. Maybe you've already found it. Sometimes it's really hard to uncover, and that's where we shine.

Our People

It takes a team to create aha moments.

Epipheo is a team of teams. Beyond organizing around B2B, B2C, and Non-Profit clients, every project has its own cast of characters working behind the scenes to bring your epiphany to life.

Project teams consist of:

Creative Director

This person lives for epiphany moments. They lead the creative team and direct the video from discovery to delivery. Our Creative Directors are always pursuing clear messaging and creative concepts.

Art Director

Visual design is key. The Art Director partners with the Creative Director at every stage of the process from early concepts, to art style, to storyboards, to animation to ensure the visuals are working.


Somebody has to make sure stuff gets done on time and on budget. The Producer serves faithfully as both the glue that holds the creative team together as well as the single point of contact for clients.

The Crew

There are so many talented artists and creatives needed to bring projects to life: writers, illustrators, animators, directors, sound engineers, composers, and more. Epipheo is home to some of the top talent in our industry.

The Epipheo

Steven Adams

Art Director

Vickie Adkinson

Managing Director

Daniel Armstrong

Director of Design

Claire Brown


Chase Chamberlain

Business Development

Dan Chaney

Controller & HR Manager

Jesse Rae Chusid

Art Director

Lucas Cole


Nick Derington


David Falter

Style Artist

Josh Gott

Executive Creative Director

Jason Heaton

Art Director

Chris Ignizio

Senior Creative Director

Nick Jones

Audio Engineer

Diana Kresge

Art Director

Christopher Kuehl

Digital Strategist

Jonathan Lapps

Business Development

Luke Lehenbauer

Art Director

Emiliano Leon


Joshua Lewis


Kemp Lyons

Live Action Director

Katie Martin

Creative Director

Steven McClure

Senior Creative Director

Erin McIntire


Alex McKenzie


Brock McKinley

Administrative Assistant

Chris Molnar

Creative Director

Mike Morehart

Design Coordinator

Jeremy Pryor


Kole Ross

Managing Editor

Jason Scott

Director of Business Development

Jonathan Seeds

Art Director

David Sheldon

Art Director

Sarah Shiffman

Creative Director

Sonny Silverton

Business Development

Clif Sneed

Live Action Producer

Heather O'Meara


Sean Hooey

Business Development

Lexi Vitale


Katie Lee


Our offices

Cincinnati, OH

You read that right. We’re in Ohio. Our studio is home to a carefully curated collection of thinkers and creatives dedicated to creating epiphanies through video. Our 11,000 square foot space is complete with a fully equipped sound studio and the most pretentious coffee & tea bar in town. It’s a family-friendly space that promotes personal, human interaction among production, design, and sales.

Our Purpose

Truth. Story. Love.

Confusion sucks. People deserve to understand things. Clarity is worth fighting for. We believe in the power of Truth. Story. Love.

Truth is our message.

We believe that the honest truth is always more interesting than the lie. So we ask, what is the truth about your idea, your product, your service, your brand, your audience? We’re not interested in bullshit and neither is the person watching your video.

Story is our method.

The human mind is hard-wired for story. It’s how each of us interprets meaning. So we tap into story for all it has to offer. Sometimes that’s simply to help us craft crystal-clear explanations. Other times it’s to draw people into a narrative. Either way, everything rises and falls on story.

Love is our motive.

We care about people—especially the people watching your video. Your message is from you, but it’s for them. What matters to them? What do they need? Where are they confused? One definition of love is putting the needs of others above yourself. What if that could be said to be true of your brand?

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