Every brand has a story.
Let us help tell yours.

Join Paprika Southern & Typebird Creative in a one-day, hands-on workshop where we complete a deep-dive into your business, your brand, and how each relates to you.

As a business owner, you wear many hats.

One of the biggest challenges you face is determining which hats to keep, which to hand over to someone else, and when to make that decision. We’re here to guide you in knowing which hats look best on you.

Join Typebird Creative and Paprika Southern for an introductory course on branding. We will explore your business, your brand, and how each relates to you. Do you have a new logo that reflects your current vision or is a rebrand on your horizon? Do you want to up your photography game?

Join us for a one-day, hands-on workshop 

Where we take a deep dive into what you have in place and show you some tips and tricks on how to brand consistently and effortlessly.

Through hands-on exercises, we will guide you in developing a signature visual aesthetic that translates throughout all aspects of your brand.

Learn how to identify the visual signifiers that you connect with and that you want to represent your brand, and how to use them to maximum effect. Through these exercises, you’ll develop the confidence to know what visuals best fit your brand.

What you’ll learn

  • Identify the branding style that conveys your company’s mission
  • Learn why brand consistency is important and how to apply it on all your marketing efforts
  • Discover your brand’s unique style and how to convey it on your photos
  • Learn step-by-set process on how to use your photography to promote your business
  • Learn how to use props to create your social media, web, and print collateral
  • Learn how to compose your photography for maximum aesthetic impact
  • Maximize the tools you’re working with, whether it’s a phone camera or digital SLR

The Brand Derby Workshop will be held on May 3rd from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at The Wick in Historic Downtown Brunswick, Georgia. The Wick is located at 1612 Newcastle Street and we will be meeting on the second floor in the conference room. Street parking is available.


The workshop schedule is as follows:

9:00 am to 9:30 am Coffee Mixer provided by Wake Up Coffee

9:30 am to 10:00 am Introductions

10:00 am to Noon Branding Class with Typebird Creative

Noon to 1:30 Lunch provided by Broomelli Boys (Gluten Free, Meat Free and Vegan Options will be made available), Field Trip to a local artisans shop

1:30 pm to 3:30 pm Photography lessons with Paprika Southern

3:30 pm to 4:00 pm Overview

4:00 pm to 5:00 pm Derby Toast, complete with Mint Juleps and Derby Pie


Siobhan Egan

Siobhan Egan is a photographer based in Savannah, GA specializing in lifestyle and editorial photography. She has a knack for making people comfortable in front of the camera and loves to explore new places. Born and raised in Yonkers, NY Siobhan moved south to attend Savannah College of Art and Design where she received her MFA in photography.

She fell in love with the south and decided to stay put. After teaching photography at The Art Institute of Charleston and Armstrong State University Siobhan decided to pursue her photography and Paprika Southern full-time.

Tammy Fluech

Tammy Fluech is a brand designer, graphic designer, and illustrator who currently lives on the Georgia Coast. She works with clients all over the globe and loves to work with small business owners are passionate about what they do.
Teaching clients about the creative process and how to utilize their brand day to day is just as important as the brand itself. Tammy currently lives in Brunswick, Georgia with her family and enjoys working on her passion project, Peppermint Land.

Bevin Valentine Jalbert

Raised in eastern North Carolina, Bevin Valentine Jalbert is a lifelong southerner. She received a BA in art history from Hollins University in Roanoke, VA and an MFA in photography from Savanah College of Art and Design.

With her arts-focused background, she acts as art director for Paprika Southern’s styled shoots and provides editorial direction to the magazine.  She lives in Savannah with her husband, Josh, and lizard-obsessed calicos, Zooey and Scout.