Who we are.

Tiffany Lucey

Tiffany was named after the famous jewelry store, showcased in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” She definitely uses that as her claim to fame because that basically puts her right up there with the extraordinary Audrey Hepburn.

Despite the ostentatious nature of fine jewelry and glamorous Hollywood, in real life, Tiffany loves nature and the outdoors. Raising kids will do that to ya (“Get OUTSIDE to fight your brother, please!”) and as a boy mom, she learned to love hiking, camping, fishing …pretty much anything that can be done in nature.

When she isn’t basking in the sunshine (and sometimes when she is), Tiffany is creating marketing strategies for small- to medium-sized businesses and nonprofits. With more than two decades of business ownership under her belt, she has learned how vital an engaging marketing campaign can be to the continued growth of a company. The ever-changing landscape of social media, Google, SEO, etc., presents a challenge to all business owners not only to keep up, but to know the latest trends and acquiesce to tech’s moody algorithms.

Tiffany actually enjoys that kind of stuff, and has made it her mission to help guide business owners through the online marketing gauntlet with the ultimate goal of making your company successful.

Nick Lucey

Nick began his creative career as a photojournalist in the United States Marine Corps, writing articles and taking photographs for base newspapers and conducting VIP tours at duty stations from the Far East to Parris Island, South Carolina.

He reentered the civilian world in 1992, and became copy editor of the Savannah Morning News. He quickly realized that newspapers weren’t to be his career path, and began as an intern with Rodale’s Scuba Diving Magazine in 1993. He climbed the ranks of the editorial staff, dived six continents and traversed the globe as editor at large, worked in advertising sales in the Caribbean and southern U.S., and managed the publication’s online properties, including the world’s largest scuba-related forum.

In 2008, he left the magazine to create a video production company which produced an adventure travel television show called “Into the Drink,” which perpetuated his wanderlust and helped him continue to orbit the planet in search of aquatic adventures. He co-produced and wrote Season 1, and wrote and hosted Season 2, in destinations from the Maldives to the Riviera Maya, Australia to Ecuador.

In 2014, Nick moved to Colorado and launched a full-service marketing company capturing the beauty of the American West on film, and produced logos, websites and marketing material for scores of businesses.

He rolled up his sleeves and became active in the local community, serving on the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce board of directors, became vice chair of the Douglas County Veterans Monument Foundation, and founded the Castle Rock Artist Cooperative, the town’s largest art nonprofit. In 2017, he was named Citizen of the Year by the local chamber. His last nonprofit endeavor brought the first-ever international film festival to Castle Rock, Colorado in 2023.