We take on projects of all sizes. 

Whether we are producing a casual night of drinks for 30 people or a shop for thousands, we approach every job with the same amount of excitement, dedication, ingenuity, and resourcefulness.

WORKSHOP can handle the whole in-person experience production from soup to nuts or just a piece of the puzzle. But no matter our role, we always want to understand the answer to three key questions:

  • What are your goals for the experience?
  • Why do you want to produce an in-person experience to achieve these goals (rather than a digital project, marketing campaign, or giveaway, for example)?
  • What resources (time, staff, money, attention) are available?

The answers allow us to design creatively but also practically, to prioritize our production choices, and ensure that the end result is the best combination of form, function, and fun.


It’s no surprise that WORKSHOP creates experiences full of joy, surprise, wonder, and community. Their work embodies their approach to life, and they inject life into all of their work. Would hire again/will hire again.

– Randy Hunt
VP Design at Etsy

Somehow three people can feel like an entire army when you're dealing with Jessi, Creighton, and Casson. It seems like there is nothing they can't do. 

– Cameron Koczon
Co-founder of Brooklyn Beta, CEO of Fictive Kin

WORKSHOP makes Comedy Hack Day look amazing, feel welcoming, and taste like delicious tacos. We've thrown 10 incredible weekend-long events and grown the most fun-loving creative community along the way — Casson, Creighton, and Jessi have been the beating heart of all of it. We love them. 

– Brian Janosch, Adam Peterson, Baratunde Thurston
Partners at Cultivated Wit

The amount of energy and love that WORKSHOP brought to Brooklyn Beta cannot be overstated. They loved it as their own, and it showed.

– Chris Shiflett
Co-founder of Brooklyn Beta, Partner at Fictive Kin



  • Branding
  • Collateral Design
  • Creative Strategy
  • Environmental Design
  • Fabrication
  • Budget Development and Management
  • Food & Beverage Selection and Management
  • Installation and Breakdown
  • Insurance, Permit, and License Procurement
  • Location Scouting
  • Merchandising
  • Onsite Event Management
  • Program Development
  • Retail Management
  • Signage And Wayfinding
  • Sponsor Management
  • Sponsor Recruitment
  • Staff Management
  • Union Labor Management
  • Vendor Management
  • Venue Management
  • Video Production