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Who We Are
We are a full-service creative machine. We produce quality inspired materials spanning the vast branding spectrum. Each Inker possesses a unique set of creative talents. We use the sum total of those talents to build our clients' brands, from boardrooms to bookshelves and everywhere in between!
Meet the Inkers!
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Born and raised in Massachusetts into a family of poets, authors, sportswriters, inventors and business owners, Christine Whitmarsh set out early in life on a similarly innovative path of creative writing, music and journalism. Along the way that path branched out to a Bachelor of Science Degree and subsequent career as a registered nurse where Christine obtained time management, leadership, customer service, analytical thinking, and creative problem solving skills that would later serve her well as a business owner.
Christine worked successfully for several years as a freelance writer, filmmaker, and journalist. She has worked as writer, director, and producer on several film projects including her own short film View from the End (2000) as well as for The Parallel (2007) by Piandaryan Films, LLC. She served as Reno Production Coordinator on the critically acclaimed, award winning film The Village Barbershop (2008), starring John Ratzenberger (of Cheers fame). Christine's book, One Citizen's Words was published in February 2007 and earned positive reader reviews.
Christine has worked with major publishing houses including Simon & Schuster, Source Books, and Penguin Group, USA. In 2003, Christine founded Christine, Ink. a creative agency offering branding solutions for today’s ever-changing marketing platform.
Christine's causes and involvement in the community (past and present) include: Special Olympics, Hospice, American Heart Association (where she taught CPR for several years), American Lung Association, Susan G. Komen For the Cure, City of Sparks Parks & Recreation, and Nevada Humane Society. Christine, Ink. is also a proud supporter of Wounded Warrior Project.