Confession: I’m still trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up. 

Also, I can’t stand problems that I can’t solve. And, the degree to which I curiously investigate things borders on absurd. Beyond that there’s really not much you need to know! But if you’re morbidly curious, here’s the rest:

I’ve worked successfully to improve advertising ROI for Prolamina Corp., American Staffing Association, Sprint, B/E Aerospace, T. Rowe Price, EverBank, Guardian Industries, McGraw-Hill Education, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Southern New Hampshire University, and Scholastic, Inc. I’m a graduate of Stevenson University in Maryland with a B.S. in Visual Communication Design, and I hold an M.B.A from The University of Phoenix.

Since 2010, I have served as a founding member of, and board co-chair for Jasmine’s House, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that works with animals in need and Baltimore City School students.

Most importantly: I only work with the best partners.

My team of partners and I specialize in crafting meaningful interactions with targeted audiences. Whether the goal is building brand relationships, lead generation, conversion, information delivery, business transformation or advancement—we specialize in bringing purpose to design and effectiveness to purpose.

Our team is built around a network of talent—each with a highly specialized, expert skill set—that are contracted on a per-project basis. This arrangement allows us the flexibility to work on projects of all scales, carry very little overhead, and—most importantly—select the perfect team to design the most appropriate process for each engagement. We work only with dedicated, full-time contractors. 

Given an efficient business model and a focus on best-of-breed talent, we collectively offer a level of quality that would cost much more at a conventional digital agency. And every dollar spent directly buys the work of an established, experienced expert.

John Fabrizio
Fabrizio+Friends
Mark Fabrizio
Owl Watch Consulting
Reneé Lemley
GrayMatter Marketing
Lori Ulloa
Smarter Marketing