“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”

– Leonardo da Vinci

Hi, Impact

Heather Marie Schiefer

Designer, Developer, CEO of All the Things

  • 1999 – first graphic design gig
  • 2006 – upgrades to in-house Marketing Director and begins web development
  • 2007 – agency gig and promotion to Creative Director within 9 months
  • 2008 – decides to give it all up and chase her dreams
  • 2010 – creates an LLC and expands services to include commercial and portrait photography

  • Today – continues to serve amazing clients and help them become more self-sufficient in their brand management

My passion is using design and imagery to tell stories and creating partnerships that empower and inspire my clients.

I’ve been running this business since 2008. My favorite part is still meeting new people and creating weird and meaningful connections. It isn’t uncommon for you to see me having a “meeting” with a client that includes obnoxious laughter.

I over share, drink too much coffee, own too many houseplants, keep chickens and often cuss more than I ought to. I also love what I do and I’m damn good at my job.

My Vision for You.

My vision for your brand is to build meaningful connections with your audience. I want you to trust that you can tell me about your goals; both professional and personal. It is communication that will allow you to grow your passion into a great brand. By working together we can change the professional environment from one of fierce competition and solitary businesses to a true community of neighbors working together to help one another be better collectively as well as individually.

Let’s chat about your goals and get your branding journey started!

My Story

I believe a huge part of creating a successful brand is storytelling. No matter how big or small your brand. When people know where you came from and where you plan on taking them they will identify with your journey and follow you anywhere.

This is my story.

I’ve been a graphic designer since 1999, moving through positions like production artist to marketing director and finally, creative director at a little agency in Spartanburg.

I left the agency life, shortly after entering it. Nine months to be exact. Manipulation, monotony and bureaucracy were killing my passion for creative design and imagery. Thinking it was design I didn’t love, I sought out another profession, but the universe had other plans.

I went freelance in 2008. It has allowed me time with my family as well as invaluable relationships within my community.

I work hard to remain motivated, transparent and authentic. The partnerships and relationships I build with my clients are some of the most important relationships in my life. I value the time I get to spend with them as business owners as well as people.