Meggie Sullivan partners with creative entities, studios, and individuals to develop their voice, weave their stories in order to execute communication and brand strategies that captivate their audiences.

Her expertise lies in furniture, industrial design, architecture, interiors, and sport/wellness.

She is most fascinated by people and takes great care to understand their past experiences, where they’re at currently, and where they want to go. Meggie’s clients are like-minded and forward-thinking creatives. Simply put, they are set on making our world a better place; a bit brighter than where they last found it.  

Her approach is holistic and incremental, as she works alongside her clients in tandem to hone their practice and growth through business development, branding, and communications.

concept ︎ strategic execution
listening ︎ synthesizing
storytelling ︎ belief
imagination ︎ reality
 present day︎envisioned future

Meggie is a tenacious advocate and agent for her clients, believing in their vision as if it was her own. Her results are tangible, felt, and measurable. 

EXPLORE MEGGIE’S SERVICES HERE. Or, schedule a 30-minute introductory chat here.

Current collaborations, work, and clients include:

JETT Projects 
Gustavo Barroso
Vanessa Valero
Saba Yazdjerdi
Kouros Maghsoudi
Roman and Williams Building and Interiors
Ciele Athletics
Empire Elite Track Club
The Boston Symphony Orchestra
Boston Magazine (contributor)
Runner’s World

Her projects and clients have been featured in The New York TimesVogue, Design Milk, The Wall Street Journal, T MagazineArchitectural Digest, Sight Unseen, LUXEELLE Decor, NUVO Magazine,  Hospitality Design, MetropolisRunner’s World, SurfaceMag, Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe, and more. Her current client, CW&T was recently awarded the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for product design.

Meggie is a graduate of Boston College class of 2010. She was a studied creative writing and classical music composition with mentorship from the novelist Sophie Westra Powell and composer, Thomas Oboe Lee.