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Who We Are
We will help you tell your story. It starts with a solid plan, and it continues by having the right people to carry it out. That's what we do.
Meet The Flock
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Tracy K. O'Neill

principal | mama crow | rainmaker

Tracy has more than two decades experience as a marketing professional, starting in ’98 with New England Financial/Met Life. Luckily for her, the rise of electronic communication was happening right then, and that’s what allowed her to give up the commute from the Cape to Boston and start freelancing.

Simultaneously juggling the opening of a wine shop in Hyannis (another passion), Tracy’s first clients were in the financial sector, but she quickly developed new relationships and took on projects for local small businesses. After 18 years as an independent marketing consultant, Tracy did her own rebrand in 2018 with the launch of Two Crows Creative Group. Today, Tracy and her team serve many of the Cape's most recognized nonprofit organizations as well as a select group of owner-operated small businesses.

Tracy has a B.S. in journalism from Syracuse University and lives with her family in Buzzards Bay. The best advice she can give to fellow small business owners? “Focus your energies on what you do best, and hire awesome people to do the rest.”

Fun fact: While her love of dance is well known, her love of darts is under the radar. Once upon a time, Tracy was the captain of a C division dart league.

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Silvina Martin-Johnson

director of marketing | taco enthusiast

Silvi is a multi-talented individual who loves people, places, and things. Her background includes (but is not limited to) hospitality, education, digital marketing, and professional high-fives. Silvi loves learning new skills and is only afraid of sink holes and Florida. Ask her how!

 

Silvi holds her B.A. in Education from ASU, and still has a passion for teaching people new tricks. She currently lives in Yarmouth with her husband, son, and elderly dog. 

Fun fact: Silvi can administer Vitamin B-12 shots upon request & she is fluent in Spanish. ¡Hablo español y necesito amigos! Charlemos.

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Emily Henderson

social media specialist

Emily Henderson was born and raised on Cape Cod. She graduated from UMass Amherst with the goal of being an elementary school teacher.  After living and teaching in North Carolina for a few years, she moved to Aspen, CO to be a ski bum for one winter (which turned into a few years!).  While working at a busy restaurant at the base of a mountain, she met folks from all over the world which inspired her to get out and do some traveling.  She was fortunate enough to waitress in the summers on Cape Cod and travel during the winters for a few years.  While she traveled around the world, she decided to try working in a more community development focused career.  She was introduced to the fine folks at Wellfleet Preservation Hall where she has worked for the past 6 years.  Through this experience, she went on to work with Cape Wellness Collaborative where she met Tracy and Silvi of TCC who she is thrilled to be working with again!  

 

Fun fact: Emily recently got married to her South African husband who she met while backpacking in Vietnam!

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Margot Cahoon

project manager

Margot is a solopreneur with 25 years of marketing communications experience. She crafts messaging and materials, leads social media campaigns, and manages public relations and community building efforts on behalf of her clients.

Most recently Margot was the campaign manager for Chris Flanagan, who won State Representative for the 1st Barnstable District. She also works as the part-time Communications and Marketing Director for Decatur House assisted living. Previously, Margot led the marketing communications initiatives of leading nonprofit organizations including: Riverview School; The Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling; The March of Dimes, NJ Chapter; and the American Diabetes Association, RI Affiliate.

Community is important to Margot. She serves as the Co-Chair of Philanthropy Day on Cape Cod and was on the Board of Directors for the Leadership Cape Cod (formerly Community Leadership Institute) for several years. She loves living in Centerville with her family. 

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Phinney Cortez O'Neill

barketing manager

We’ve been fur-tunate to have Phinney as our barketing manager almost since our little business started. He’s proven himself to be the right pooch for any shih-tzu-ation. If you look anywhere else for your help, you’re barking up the wrong tree. His favorite writer: William Shakes-paw.

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A Murder of Specialists

Contrary to popular belief, Two Crows Creative is not just made up of two lonely crows. We have the great pleasure of getting to work with this fabulous group of specialists that help us - help you! These are our go-to pals for videography, photography, cool apps, advanced SEO, writers and beyond!

Contact them, or if you're too shy we're happy to connect you.

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Marin Misoda

Video Storyteller | MySoda Productions

Marin Misoda has been working in video and post-production since she fell in love with the art of video storytelling in her early high school days. After graduating with a film and television degree from Fitchburg State College, she moved to pursue her dreams in Los Angeles, where she worked producing hit shows for several networks including Disney/ABC, CBS, VH-1 and PBS.

In 2006, Marin moved back to the Boston area and launched MySoda Productions. She prides herself on running a small video production company that is able to focus on creating moving and effective videos tailored to each of her clients based on their needs and budget.  Her artistic and technical talents are showcased in her many projects that have ranged from producing videos for both public and private events to shooting and producing upbeat marketing videos for local businesses.

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Christine Hochkeppel

Photographer | Salty Broad Studios

Christine is an award-winning photojournalist who is passionate about capturing the unique and authentic stories behind businesses. She has been a professional photographer for her entire career, a staff photographer for publications such as the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Cape Cod Times, and has freelanced for the Boston Globe. She traveled to Haiti in 2017 to document the clinical volunteer work of nonprofit Forward in Health, which was published in an 8-part series, which she reported, wrote and photographed. She launched Salty Broad Studios in 2018 and her major clients include Mass Maritime Academy, Cape Cod Commission, Mass Senior Care Association and Cape Cod Healthcare.

Christine is a teaching artist with the Working Assumptions Foundation facilitating the national wrkxfmly documentary project with high school photography students. She volunteers as a mentor for EforAll Cape Cod and participates in charity cycling events. In November 2021, she was recognized as one of Cape Cod’s 40 Under 40 business leaders by Cape & Plymouth Business News. She is the current president of the Professional Photographers of Cape Cod and serves on the board of directors of the MassHire Cape & Islands Workforce Hire Board. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, gardening and relaxing on Sandy Neck Beach.


FUN FACT I have 4 pets (2 dogs and 2 cats) and I am a collector of antique bottles, house plants, records, books and funky socks.

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Mark Gardner

Owner & Storyteller | Summer Sky Digital Media

Mark had been working in and around the media world for almost 30 years. He graduated from Ithaca College and spent several years honing his skills in Los Angeles before returning to England to complete a Masters in Journalism and Documentary filmmaking. Upon graduation he joined a small production company in North London where he specialized in location sound recording and post-production sound, earning a Children's BAFTA in 1997.

 

On arriving back in the United States, he embarked on a 12-year career as a photojournalist working primarily on the South Shore, later joining forces with The Trustees, a conservation organization in Massachusetts where he helped to tell their many stories through photography, video, and social media. Recently he has been working as a freelance videographer and sound mixer working with clients such as HBO, Netflix, PBS, and ESPN both here in the United States and around the world.

Fun fact: Mark is working on his goal to visit all 50 states before he turns 60. He’s currently at 46 (still need Alaska, Hawaii, Louisiana, and Alabama!)

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Katie Townsend

Co-Owner | Brand Accomplished

Katie Townsend is co-founder of Brand Accomplished, a Sandwich, Massachusetts based marketing agency. Founded in 2014, Brand Accomplished helps all sized businesses, privately held companies and nonprofits effectively communicate with their clients and customers through creative digital marketing campaigns, innovative social media management, unique website design and distinctive copywriting. Although they consider themselves a small, locally-owned business, Katie and her team of professionals maintain long lasting client relationships nationally, as well as world-wide.

 

Katie has been involved with several organizations on Cape Cod including: WE CAN, the Cape Cod Young Professionals (CCYP), the Sandwich Mom’s Club, the YMCA Golf Committee, and was a Charter member of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry Cape Cod Chapter (NARI). Within each of these organizations Katie served on their Board of Directors or as a Committee member.  In her free time, Katie enjoys spending time with her partner (and Brand Accomplished co-founder) Matt, her two kids, DJ and Emily, running her black lab, Amos, on the beach and reading.

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Julia Cumes

Photographer | Julia Cumes Photography & Cape Cod Imagery 

Julia Cumes is a South African-born photographer based on Cape Cod, MA. She's passionate about storytelling and capturing real moments of human connection as well as expressive portraits. Her favorite projects are focused on women and girls and the struggles they face around the world as well as wildlife conservation and she has worked on stories with these themes both locally and internationally. She also has a local photography business, Cape Cod Imagery, through which she offers portraits, marketing images, non-wedding event coverage and custom images of Cape Cod. She prides herself on tackling each project, no matter how small, with passion and professionalism.

 

Over the course of her career, Julia has photographed for magazines, newspapers, humanitarian and wildlife rescue organizations, local businesses and private clients. Her work has appeared in publications such as the Boston Globe and New York Times and as well as a variety of other national and local publications. Julia completed a B.A. at Brandeis University, an M.F.A. in writing at Cornell University and a Masters in Photojournalism at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School. 

Fun fact: Julia’s favorite moment as a photographer was showing orphaned elephants how to splash water for the first time after they were released into the wild in Assam, India.

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Joshua Parrish

VP of Business Development | MemoryFox

Joshua Parrish is a proud girl dad from Louisville, KY. Transitioning from the for-profit world to the nonprofit sector, he is inspired to help community leaders and organizations fulfill their mission through storytelling efforts. 


Fun fact: When he’s not connecting with his clients, Joshua is playing board games with his family or tackling new home improvement projects.

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Bill O'Neill

Writer

Bill O’Neill got his start in the communications industry delivering the Cape Cod Times on his bicycle. When he was a bit older, he was the lifestyle editor at the same newspaper. In pursuit of a good story, he’s learned to skydive and barefoot waterski, gone for a New Year’s Day polar plunge and impersonated Elvis Presley in a Fourth of July parade. He won writing awards for music reviews, had the honor of interviewing Liza Minnelli and has the strange pleasure of writing an article about abandoned mannequins. 

 

As a freelancer, he writes about healthcare, pop music and other topics for magazines and web sites. He also writes fundraising materials for clients from Cape Cod to California. He lives in Buzzards Bay with Mama Crow and enjoys biking, hiking, kayaking and cheerleading for crows.

 

Fun fact: When he was 26, Bill was part of the Great Peace March for Global Nuclear Disarmament, a group of 400 people who walked from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C.

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