5/19 Collective | About
page-template,page-template-full_width,page-template-full_width-php,page,page-id-16528,edgt-core-1.0.1,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,hudson-ver-1.9, vertical_menu_with_scroll,smooth_scroll,fade_push_text_top,blog_installed,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.2,vc_responsive
Antoinette Marie Kelley

Specializing in navigating the treacherous and making it look effortless.

Fads die quickly but legacies live forever! And, if there’s anyone who knows how to build an immortal brand, it’s certainly Antoinette Marie Kelley. As a brand consultant, designer, photographer and art director, she has been able to turn her passions into a global network that spans 6 continents. (She would have that 7th one, but as it turns out business in Antarctica tends to be very limited!) From consulting Fortune 500 companies to constructing the brand identities of start-ups, there’s never been a task too big or small for this proven problem-solver.


Kelley’s professional approach is based on her motto “we don’t do trendy.” After all, it was the great Karl Lagerfeld who taught us that “trendy is the last stage before tacky.” Antoinette is not at all interested in building brands upon the capricious life cycles of trends, but rather she desires to create new classics with lasting messages and an eye toward laid-back luxury: never pretentious but always very effective.


Antoinette is the best kind of Wonder Woman and her superpowers include transforming raw talent and bold ideas into profitable + actionable business strategies. As you’d expect from any self-respecting superheroine, she wears many (powerful) hats and boasts a pretty dope repretoire. Her services are rooted in Brand Management & Consulting, Print/Digital/Website Design & Development, and Art Direction. All of this is exceptionally done through carefully calculated creation, planning, and implementation.


The boring and stagnant have no room in Kelley’s life and she cultivates her clients’ brands with this in mind. Antoinette is a Baylor alum and professionally trained photographer. She is currently living “pura vida” in Costa Rica and strongly considers Christopher George Latore Wallace’s “Commandments” to be just as useful as any business school curriculum.

Ready to watch us put in work? Request a consultation!