You’ve done the hard work of perfecting your craft. Let’s make sure people know about it.

Think about how many people are struggling

…through an issue—alone—because they don’t know about the work you’re doing to solve it.

You owe it to your people to show up online as your best self.

If you’re ready to…

Then you’ve found your people!

If you’re ready to…

Then you’ve found your people!

Whether you’re…

Ready to launch something new, in need of a website upgrade, looking for social media strategy or content creation assistance, or ready to tap out of social media altogether – I’m the Creative you’re looking for.

Hey there!

I’m Kayla

My people know me as a Visual Storyteller.

So, let me tell you a story…

A little over 3 years ago, I took a huge leap of faith. With the support of my parents and close friends, and at the direction of God, I quit my job to start DawnG Media. I officially launched in September of 2018. Things started off pretty slow heading into the holiday season. Even still, I kept pounding the pavement and putting myself out there – making connections I knew would pay off one day.

Then, in February of 2019, my entire life changed (I’m not being dramatic either. It literally did).

My mom went to the hospital for a ministroke, and she never came out. That ministroke turned into a full stroke, into heart complications, GI problems, and the real perpetrator of it all–-pancreatic cancer–that had already spread to other places.

I’m closer to my parents than most folks are. So when she told me she was in the ER for something as light as a ministroke, I still hopped in the car and drove down to Montgomery. Thank God I did.

I was able to spend every day of the last two weeks of her life with her because I didn’t have to worry about my job. I was able to focus totally on her because I didn’t have any client projects with looming deadlines. I know that wasn’t a coincidence.

But what it highlighted for me was that my business provided me a freedom I didn’t know I needed.

So whether you’re sure of me or not, I’m sure of this. I know working with small businesses, helping them tell their own stories and control their own narratives, is what I’m supposed to be doing.

My personal experience makes me all the more dedicated to my work because I know my support means my clients are able to maintain their businesses, which means they’re able to maintain their freedom. I don’t take that responsibility lightly.

I know running a business can get tiresome, especially when it seems like you have more responsibilities than you do capacity. But you have to stay connected to the big picture, both the collective one and your personal one. I’m here to help you pull those pictures out and blow them up for the rest of the world to see.

So, let me tell you a story…

A little over 3 years ago, I took a huge leap of faith. With the support of my parents and close friends, and at the direction of God, I quit my job to start DawnG Media. I officially launched in September of 2018. Things started off pretty slow heading into the holiday season. Even still, I kept pounding the pavement and putting myself out there – making connections I knew would pay off one day.

Then, in February of 2019, my entire life changed (I’m not being dramatic either. It literally did).

My mom went to the hospital for a ministroke, and she never came out. That ministroke turned into a full stroke, into heart complications, GI problems, and the real perpetrator of it all–-pancreatic cancer–that had already spread to other places.


I’m closer to my parents than most folks are. So when she told me she was in the ER for something as light as a ministroke, I still hopped in the car and drove down to Montgomery. Thank God I did.

I was able to spend every day of the last two weeks of her life with her because I didn’t have to worry about my job. I was able to focus totally on her because I didn’t have any client projects with looming deadlines. I know that wasn’t a coincidence.

But what it highlighted for me was that my business provided me a freedom I didn’t know I needed.

So whether you’re sure of me or not, I’m sure of this. I know working with small businesses, helping them tell their own stories and control their own narratives, is what I’m supposed to be doing.

My personal experience makes me all the more dedicated to my work because I know my support means my clients are able to maintain their businesses, which means they’re able to maintain their freedom. I don’t take that responsibility lightly.

I know running a business can get tiresome, especially when it seems like you have more responsibilities than you do capacity. But you have to stay connected to the big picture, both the collective one and your personal one. I’m here to help you pull those pictures out and blow them up for the rest of the world to see.

If you’ve gotten this far, you know we’re probably a good fit.

I already have a good feeling about this!