The company that you see before your eyes originally came into existence back in 1848 in the back woods of South Dakota by a tribe of Indians…wait. No, sorry, wrong story. Oh yes, I remember, The State of Shapes first began during a warm summer day in community college. There we were sitting in a business club meeting, Michael Roberts and I. We were voted into office that day and shortly after we decided to start a business of our own.
2008 was the year and little did we know the bold future that was in store for our web design business. Two years after the birth of our company we decided to expand and bring in real graphic talent. So the search began! Three weeks into our quest, aided by a little known website called Facebook, I discovered an artist who’s work I enjoyed. At that moment I knew this was the talent we needed. That afternoon I sent out a message to meet in person. Chloe Yingst met us for coffee and conversation that evening joined by her partner Ryan Considine. We sat and talked of the future. We became instant friends, even though Ryan had doubts about my disposition because of the perfectly sounding pitch I delivered. The company since has served a range of clients on various challenging and fun projects.
As time has progressed we have continued to craft our trade, to learn more about our industry and to stay true to the goal of finding talented people to add to our company. We brought on Jordan Fuller for his video and dancing skills, Zac Snider for his perfect attire and design abilities, Eric Morales for his warm personality and amazing ability to capture people in front of his many cameras. As we continue to grow we are always looking for exceptional individuals who want to be a part of something special.
Our goal as a company is to provide unparalleled service and perfect designs. Designs that will problem solve and provide value to the people that trust us with their hard earned money. My goal is to extend my family and to have fun earning a living.
My warmest thoughts, Dalton Campbell