GET TO KNOW US
We are often asked why and how we do what we do. The why is relatively simple. The feeling of satisfaction when working with a client to bring a new product to market, host a successful event, or launch a new campaign, there honestly is nothing like it.
The how varies with every project. No two clients are alike and nor are the individual projects. Each takes a different approach and has their own set of needs and goals. We listen, think, study, and then move forward to create something that is just what the client needs.
What’s YOUR Story? We can help bring your vision to life.
Who We Are
Matthew Reece, a design and marketing professional with over 25 years of experience, is the creative force behind Pushworks and brings clients’ visions to life. Matt’s held senior level positions in creative and marketing with national brands across multiple disciplines.
Current Top Listens – My Bloody Valentine, Still Woozy, Max Richter, and Chet Baker
Inspiration – It’s pulled from a bit of everything, the right song, a moment, the color you find three layers deep when scraping a wall, a curve, always be open to it.
Last Good Read – The Lives of Color by Kassia St. Clair
Worst Job – Metal scrap yard because there’s nothing quite like standing in a giant oil drum and mopping it out in 100+ degrees.
Eric brings over a decade of web design & development and digital marketing experience to the Pushworks team. Eric’s deep experience includes development of everything from simple websites to complex e-commerce solutions with deep integrations. He continues to build his skills daily.
Current Top Listens – Grateful Dead, Foo Fighters, Bob Dylan and 80s punk rock
Inspiration – It comes from everywhere. Seeing a website and wondering how it could be better. Following a digital campaign and seeing where success lies. Screwing up and figuring out how to improve.
Last Good Read – How To Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan
Previous Life – Eric spent a few years working with professional cycling teams. In the days before mega budgets, he worked as a mechanic, soigneur, team manager, and laundry boy.