Robin Media, like most businesses impacted by the “thing”, took inventory of what had been our focus in years leading up to the time the world stood still. Like many effected by the last 2.5 years we lost people we loved, and had to learn a new way of being. In many ways personally and professionally, chapters were closing.
With every ending, comes a new beginning. Sometimes we limp there, sometimes we run there, but either way change has arrived.
Our focus has always been genuine connection with people and helping others tell their stories. That hasn’t changed. But what has changed, is our geography. We relocated our work space to be closer to nature, away from the metro.
In the hustle & bustle of the concert life, and the sizzle of television entertainment, we lost touch with our creator and the connection that gave us the creativity to start. In all the years of working deadlines and bottom lines, we forgot how to breathe. How to live in the now and appreciate the simple things.
If you want to follow us on Instagram – we won’t be posting about our clients, boasting about our latest project or our creative genius. We’d rather post about our inspiration, nature and all the lovely things we didn’t see in the asphalt of the city.
We still love the city, but sometimes you have to get back to basics to get a fresh vision.