Art, Web Design, Soap.
What do they all have in common?
A love of imagination, design and a life-long passion for creating art.
Hi, I’m Cherish Driskell.
I’ve been inspired to create detailed art my entire life.
From the time I was a child I loved to draw. I was always creating something.
I’m into detail, process and getting things out into the world from just a mere thought.
My military service took me to new heights, literally, as an Aircraft Electrical & Environmental Systems Specialist (yes, I worked on aircraft systems) I had to follow protocol and processes. Keeping to the processes meant pilots fly safely.
Once discharged from the service I came back to my creative spirit, coupled it with my process driven habits, which allowed me to create and produce like never before.
My first business, Operation Soapbox, was not only creative, it was intensely process oriented. To be a successful artisan soapmaker and natural body care manufacturer, all my skills were put to use. From formulation, to GMP compliant production and operations, to label design and branding, all the business bases were covered.
When the time came to sell Operation Soapbox, it was a natural transition for me to move from producing products to producing stand-out branding, website design, and small business automation.
What does all my experience mean for you?
What do my years of creative thought, planning, concept design and process oriented outcomes mean to you?
I know what it means to have an idea, a thought, and make it into something tangible.
To grow a small business, you can’t do it alone. Well, you can, but it’s very difficult to reach your milestone goals when you have to wear all the hats.
To make your business mark on the world, the image of your business needs to make a lasting impression.
To make a lasting impression, you also need a partner who knows how to help you create a strong visual presence.
That is exactly what I do! I work with you right from the start of your project through to final completion – and beyond! When you need me, I’ll be there!