Meet the Founders
Flash Media was founded by three students at the University of Georgia in 2019 who had a vision to build connections in the community through photography and videography. From the beginning, our mission has been to make traditional photography and videography as transparent, custom and efficient as possible. We set out to provide a platform for creatives to gain experience while providing affordable services to the clubs and communities around campus. Our three founders have a passion for innovative media while also keeping the business professional and full of creativity. Get to know us below!
Chief Executive Officer
His entrepreneurial spirit led him to the idea of Flash in 2018. As CEO, Will leads with outstanding character and creativity. His motivation and innovative ideas are the foundations of what brings this business to life.
Chief Financial Officer
With a business background, Hattie handles Flash finances and contract communication and negotiation between each party. Her love for everything that is aesthetically pleasing allows her to serve Flash with energy and excitement.
Chief Marketing Officer
From website content creation and management to all things social media and marketing, Caroline's background in communication and design provides Flash with unique insight in creative branding.
Our Brand Story
In the spring of 2019, we incorporated in Georgia under the name Flash Media LLC. To capture our work in videography, photography and media editing, Bridget Walton, a senior graphic design major, perfectly captured our unique voice as Flash Media and reflected what is important to us through this new design. Bridget strives to be empathic in her design, creating work that strikes a chord in peoples heart and cashes in on the value of visuals. Bridget is a creator herself, singing and writing songs when she isnt working with on design. We loved working with her and highly value her work for us and her vision for this design.
Inspired by the grid in a camera
viewfinder, our logo is clear
and type-driven, creating a deep
connection to photography and the
creative perspective. The letters
were arranged on the grid and
the intersection of the grid lines
became the “points” in the design.