JHM Has Partnership With Counsel Creative

JHM announces a productive partnership with Counsel Creative, a local boutique creative agency based in Chattanooga.

The partnership took effect in fall 2019 and services are now available to JHM clients and general public.

Counsel Creative, an agency established in 2015 by Kenny and Rachel Morgan, specializes in branding, website development, and video production. JHM will offer these services along with many additional, tailored assets including copywriting, promotional design and digital marketing per Counsel Creative.

To learn more information and to view work samples by Counsel Creative, visit jhmcpa.com/creative-services.


"Counsel Creative is a hidden gem in the creative space."

"My entire NYC team was blown away by the work they were able to generate in a matter of DAYS (which other agencies said would take weeks). Their production was so good, in fact, it opened the doors for us to participate in a series of added-value beta tests with Facebook, which have been invaluable as we grow.”

Elizabeth Durand Streisand
Broadway Roulette

"Your work will be a lasting tribute to Ruth's life."

"Their work on The Truth Project website was truly spectacular. Unlike a business site, the level of compassion and emotional engagement to capture and organize the ideas and content took a lot of heart. And you guys delivered. Depicting and articulating a person with words and video as you did with Ruth forced you and your team to dig deep into an emotional well that ordinary websites don’t require. My family is deeply indebted to you and your team."

Ken Samuelson
The Truth Project

"They have truly become part of our family."

"I simply can't say enough about our firm's experience with Kenny and Rachel. Aside from their incredible creativity and step-by-step communication throughout the process of building out our website, Kenny and Rachel brought an amazing level of sincerity and professionalism to everything they do. I'm very comfortable in giving them my highest recommendation."

Dean Krech