Photo by Em Grey Photography

Photo by Em Grey Photography

ABOUT REBECCA

So nice to meet you! I'm Rebecca, creative director and owner of Rose's Arsenal based in Denver, Colorado.

No project is too big or too small to discuss, and while I'm based in Colorado, I work with creative and talented clients all across the country. My true passion lies in helping clients tell their story with a well-designed and thoughtfully executed brand. 

I get to work with the coolest entrepreneurs.  They have great taste and style, they make me laugh, they love learning new things, they’re super driven, and they’re grounded with what’s really important in life.  They’ve got a clear vision for a new business that’s soon to launch, or they’ve been in business for a few years and are looking to up level their branding.  My clients tell me that I have a way of pulling things out of them that they’ve never been able to articulate in the past about why they started their business and what their deepest desires are for the impact that they want to make.  

It’s my joy to help you achieve your business goals through design, by creating visual elements that communicate your vision and bring your whole brand together. 


STORY OF ROSE'S ARSENAL

Rose's Arsenal was named after my grandmother Rose. Rose Schley Hess was an artist and encouraged my creativity from a very young age. She was the definition of style and always a gracious hostess. When I would visit her as a child, she would pull out her paint sets and teach my sisters and I about her latest watercolor techniques. She always had an arsenal of inspiration for her artwork that she would share with us, and we would spend hours looking through the things she collected, such as old cards people sent her or magazine clippings. This is the same process I design with today. Rose truly set the groundwork for my love of design and I hope that I continually honor and reflect her creativity and timeless style in my business.


ON A PERSONAL NOTE

I grew up in North Carolina but sadly I do not have any hint of a southern accent thanks to my years of speech therapy as a child. The tar heel state will always hold a piece of my heart and I make it back as often as I can.

In October 2014, my husband and I moved from Washington, DC to Denver, Colorado and have since enjoyed getting to know our new home through outdoor activities and visits to local coffee shops. 

When I'm not designing you can typically find me enjoying a strong cup of coffee, taking a spin or yoga class, reading a good book, skiing or hiking depending on the season, trying a new recipe, or taking our puppy to the park.

As the leader of Denver's Rising Tide Society Chapter I am also passionate about my local entrepreneur community. I've loved walking beside my fellow small business owners, supporting each other and living out the mantra of community over competition.  

Photo by Brianna Venzke

Photo by Brianna Venzke