The team at Design TLC allows you to focus on running your organization instead of spending hours creating and updating a website that doesn't end up looking or functioning like you want it to.
Tara Claeys, Founder and Director
Tara Claeys began her career in advertising and marketing in the early 1990’s. After her first child was born, she supplemented her full-time job as Mom with illustration and stationery design for clients around the world. Her extensive marketing background and understanding of business quickly became her focus. Founded in 2010, Design TLC, specializes in websites and digital marketing for small schools, enrichment programs, camps and education-focused nonprofits.
Lauren Krieger, Client and Creative Service Associate
Lauren loves sunshine, reading, writing, music, photography, and spending time with her dog Raven. She truly enjoys helping others and looks forward to working with new people and facing new challenges every day.
Emily Hannah, Intern
Emily is a senior at Virginia Tech studying public relations. Her dream career out of college lies anywhere within the communications industry; however, as the daughter of entrepreneurs, she dreams of launching her own public relation agency one day. In her years of collegiate and internship experience, she has appreciated the value of a never-ending education in a field as dynamic as public relations. As a student and employee, her goal is remaining informed and adaptable to stay knowledgeable in her field. Her passions include writing, reading, baking, and spending long days at the beach with her family.
Betsy Withycombe, Photographer
Betsy has forty years of experience behind the lens. She has photographed life’s milestones for a broad audience as well as the activities of non-profit and for-profit businesses, and delivered head shots for corporate staffs and artists. Her photography has been showcased in exhibits and is a part of permanent art installations. Also an award-winning baker, her food photography can be viewed on social media at Raid the Kitchen. Betsy believes that meaningful photographs tell a story, deepening our understanding of (and connections to) other people, our community, and our world at large. She looks forward to helping you share your story.