MARBURY, Founder & creative director
A boutique branding studio specializing in refined identities and brand alignment for creative entrepreneurs.
With a refined eye for design, and over a decade of experience in the lifestyle industry, Jessica Comingore brings a unique and thoughtful approach to her role as the creative director of Marbury, focusing on the individual needs of each of the studio’s clients to offer a holistic brand experience, from concept to execution.
From interior designers, to restaurants, to fashion brands, to photographers, Jessica has branded businesses in every facet of the lifestyle industry, and has worked with the industry’s top names to create original lifestyle content as both a designer and a brand herself. Over the years, Jessica has grown her practice to include a talented and trustworthy team of designers and creatives that make Marbury the dynamic studio that it is today.
Jessica has been tapped by a number of lifestyle outlets for features and partnerships, including Anthology Magazine, Food52, Kinfolk, West Elm, Remodelista, Refinery29, Nordstrom, Madewell, eBay, Gap, and American Express, to name a few. Jessica also authored a successful lifestyle blog for nearly a decade before turning her focus solely to Marbury, bringing with her a wealth of experience, and the knowledge of what makes a brand unique and successful.
Los Angeles, CA
Q & A
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE WAY TO SPEND FREE TIME?
In quiet and solitude (can you tell I’m an introvert?). This can be anything from meditating, to cooking, to reading, to walking, to making tea, to practicing yoga, to taking a bath. These are the moments that help me feel grounded and offer me the opportunity to reconnect with myself.
DESCRIBE YOUR DREAM OFFICE/ WORK SPACE.
Somewhere peaceful, surrounded by nature. I’ve always had this vision of a separate building behind my future home where I walk out to every morning with a cup of tea in hand. It’s surrounded by greenery and has natural light beaming in. There are windows that allow the breeze to flow throughout the space, room to pin up ideas for projects I’m currently working on, and soft tunes coming through the speakers. It’s a space where I can spend concentrated time tapping into my creativity, but also be a few steps away from the outdoors (and my kitchen) to take a breaks and nourish myself with a homemade meal.
WHAT DOES BEING LIBERATED MEAN TO YOU?
Being liberated means the ability to spend my days doing and creating work that aligns with my values.