somethingelse is a consortium of skilled & experienced designers, marketers, administrators and entrepreneurs.
We are global. We are local. We are everywhere. We are nowhere. Welcome to the internet, kiddies.
We believe in small sustainable business, and that success is truly attainable if you know clearly what you want… we’re here to help you get what you want.
We believe in honesty and integrity, and strive to uphold a strict mandate of professionalism while still having fun. We laugh a lot.
We believe in service, service, service. (we repeat ourselves when having fun) if at any time you think our service could be improved, we urge you to laugh… and then let us know.
In short, we just want to make business and weblife easier for the people who choose to do business with us, and the people who then do business with them… and so on, and so on.
Our combined 120 years of work background includes:
- commercial graphic design,
- marketing for the arts & entertainment industry,
- management & administration in the non-profit sector,
- youth work,
- talent management,
- interior design,
- magazine design,
- book design,
- creative direction,
- corporate administration,
- child rearing,
- event planning & production,
- conference planning,
- workshop facilitation,
- volunteer management,
- mental health work,
- world travel,
- executive/celebrity travel planning and
- gourmet cooking & baking! (there are probably a few other things too, but who’s counting?)
We hope you’ll join us!
Also known as “the queen of everything.” That should sum it up pretty well. She started somethingelse support studio in 1998, as an after-work project when a friend needed help with a website. It was a great excuse to spend time on the internet. Having grown up with an apple IIe and an amber monitor, she’s pretty comfortable with technology, tho doesn’t claim to be an expert at any of it, because, well, it’s still so rapidly evolving, how can one keep up?!
Over and above being the #1 Co-Pilot here, kera is an active volunteer in her community and online. And she LOVES being a grandma (in case you didn’t notice on the homepage.)