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The online world is almost always the first impression to somewhere (or something) new. Wander Creative wants to help shape your brand to make sure that first (and lasting) impression for your audience turns to engagement. Whether you’re looking for more sales, more foot traffic, or both: having a strong visual brand creates intrigue. 

The word Wander has a beautifully subtle message but let’s break that down. Marketing should feel effortless (although there is great effort, time, and attention involved with it). Your audience wants to feel a sense of exploration and ownership in the experience of choosing where to eat dinner, what jewelry to buy for date night, which coffee drink to sip on in the afternoon, and so on. Creating a brand identity and visual story that is both inviting and intriguing, at the very least, will allow your audience to wander in to your shop, your website, or your online sphere. 

Wander is here to elevate your brand, make you look real good, and help shape your brand identity.


Wander Creative exists to help you capture the eyes (and hearts) of your audience.


My name is Bethany and I’m the gal behind Wander. Here are some fun facts because everyone loves a good fun fact list, and so do I:

  • I grew up in a small town of Lynnfield, MA and was born + raised on the North Shore of Boston. Whittier, CA is now home and I adore this city.

  • I have a degree in photojournalism and have marketing experience in the nonprofit sphere as well as the for profit world.

  • My husband and I are both left-handed and are (obnoxiously) proud of that.

  • I’m an INFJ + an Enneagram 4. I’m a romantic individualist, with a bent for advocacy and connecting. A huge part of my personality stems with creativity, and Wander is shaped out of a desire to advocate for YOUR ideas and dreams with great imagery.

  • Beyond photography and marketing, I love cooking, creating a beautiful space for others to gather, traveling with Kyle, serving the city of Whittier as an arts advocate, being with friends and love ones, and enjoying a cup of coffee on our back deck.

  • All glory be to God.