Fink Creative is the design & marketing studio of Aubrey Fink (me!) that specializes in crafting authentic & compelling online presences for small businesses. 

Through a thoughtful mix of graphic design and marketing, I create websites and social media profiles that let your uniqueness shine through.

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I started this studio to offer creative solutions for busy business owners looking to take their business to the next level.

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I help my clients navigate the modern marketing world with a grounded and thoughtful approach that prioritizes the specific needs of each business. 

I act as a mirror for my clients; asking questions, digging deeper, and reflecting back what makes you and your business unique. By understanding your story, I'm able to create an online presence that feels like a natural extension of you.

Sometimes you just need an outside perspective to tell you how wonderful you are! I use the information I gather to better communicate your mission, services, and history with your customers. 

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Get to Know Me

I received a degree in Graphic Design from the University of the Arts. During my time in college, I gained experience in marketing and social media management through a series of kickass internships including Mural Arts Philadelphia, WXPN, and Quirk Books. I also founded (and funded) an intergenerational women's magazine called The Bridge, which was covered by the likes of Philadelphia Magazine, WHYY, and Mainline Today.

 

Most recently, I worked as the Marketing & Communications Manager at Bok, a historic vocational school turned creative workspace. The full-square-block building is filled with furniture makers, restaurants, tattoo artists, product showrooms, jewelers, videographers, architects, fashion designers, product designers, artists, charitable organizations, and a pre-school — among others — in the previously empty classrooms. There, I managed the social media presence for the building as well as the two rooftop bars, instituted monthly email newsletters, co-wrote and designed their quarterly newspaper, created a variety of print marketing collateral, and designed a new website for the urban design company that manages the building.

When I'm not writing Instagram captions, creating website wireframes, or brainstorming new ways to take over the world, you can find me snuggled up on the couch with my Calico kitty rewatching 30 Rock for the 800th time.

My assistant isn't very effective but she does boost office morale!