Let’s Walk, Baby

Our client, Changing the Face of Beauty, works toward equal representation of people with disabilities in advertising and media worldwide. It's a mission we're proud to be behind, and we're grateful for every opportunity we have to work together, especially when these opportunities involve heartwarming stories with our friends. We partnered with Changing the Face of Beauty on their latest Couch Series, featuring singer/songwriter Cassie Beer and her son Avram, who was born with 13 different malformations in his brain. Cassie advocates for the impact of inclusion in media, and shares [...] Read More

Brand Soul: A Manifesto

Introducing ‘SOUL: A Manifesto’—the new video from One Lucky Guitar. Wanna talk Brand Soul? We do, too. So let’s do it! Reach us at info@oneluckyguitar.com, or hit up Matt Kelley direct at matt@oneluckyguitar.com. Read More

From Dependence to Independence

Measuring a human services organization’s impact on the lives of the people it touches can be been challenging. OLG recently partnered with Foellinger Foundation to create an animated video that visualizes the Foundation’s Independence Continuum, a tool of the new evaluation system for measuring grantees’ effectiveness in moving their clients from dependence to independence. Foellinger Foundation’s new evaluation system defines the basic stages on the Continuum, and outlines how clients progress toward independence based on housing, education, employment, transportation and support systems. OLG worked with the Foundation to illustrate and [...] Read More

Timeless Fun! at the Allen County Fair

For the past eleven years, I’ve sat on the Allen County Fairgrounds Board of Directors. Just saying “eleven years” out loud elicits many wonderful memories at my beloved county fair. So much has changed and evolved over the past decade but one thing has remained—the essence and mission of our fair. We are in the business of making memories. It doesn't matter if it is 1989 or 2019. It doesn't matter if you are nine months old, nine years old, 19 or 90. If we’ve done our job, you leave [...] Read More