Rinse Studios is a creative media house established in 2009 by Nick and Grace Combs. Nick is the business master mind and the BIG idea maker. Grace makes these BIG ideas come to life through graphic design, web design, videography and photography. They have had the pleasure of using their creativeness to partner with many amazing businesses, organizations, and artists to create unique and personalized graphics, web sites, photos and promotional videos.
Grace started her creative career as a photographer (you can see her photographic work here). She has been shooting weddings, families, couples and babies for the past 6 years. Her love for photography lead her to study videography while she was in college. She worked on her videography skills at Access Media Group in Colorado Springs, where she created motion graphics, promotional videos, live video and video curriculum for organizations such as Focus on the Family, New Life Church, The Navigators, John and Lisa Bevere and The Desperation Conference. It was during her time at Access Media that she found her innovation for graphic design. She continued honing her skills in both graphic design, photography, and videography as the Video Designer and Photographer for Dutch Sheets Ministries’ Awakening and Reformation Tour. After traveling the country with the tour, both her and Nick decided to open up their design and creative abilities to more opportunities and adventures.
They moved to Seattle, WA in September of 2010 to explore and expand their horizons. In Seattle, they had the pleasure of working with the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce, the Washington branch of NAMI, and many local businesses. In July of 2011, they returned to Denver, Colorado. They recently launched the media management branch of their business after working with Gretchen Scott Salon, an AVEDA concept salon in Washington. They harnessed the power and effectiveness of social media combined with creative email marketing, blogging, and up to date website information to increase customer retention and activity. They now manage social media accounts for several AVEDA salons in Colorado and a national music company, Scripture Lullabies.
It is their hopes that they can be creative with many more people. They want to spread the creative bug and, in turn, learn to be more creative themselves. They believe that everyone has the ability to stand out, look good, and make an impact in their community. They would love to hear and be apart of your vision.