With a degree in graphic design and photography, Co-Founder Missy Dempsey graduated from Visual Arts School with a passion for design that exceeds her love of ugly knitted jumpers. She started her career as a graphic designer working alongside Michael Agzarian, best known for his political work 'Hopeless' and ‘Fizza’. While living in Sydney, Missy quickly gained a strong reputation with clients such as the Sydney Film Festival working for award-winning designer Marita Leuver. In 2015 Jarrod suggested they should relocate to the funkiest town in Australia, Daylesford.
After producing the crew at Nova 100 in Melbourne and feeling somewhat melancholy with his inner-city lifestyle, Jarrod decided to pack his life into a suitcase and discovered his new found love - travel. During his adventures it occurred to him that a life on the road needs to somehow be financed. It was during this time that the internet age was booming, so Jarrod jumped into the interewebs world of and began building websites for people around the world.
Many moons ago, Jarrod and Missy became great friends and it wasn't until many moons after those moons, that they joined forces in business... and in life! These two cucumbers have built Fletcher Street Design from ground up, "We pride ourselves on forming strong relationships with clients and building great design and websites". In need of a third creative partner in crime, they've also adopted Mitch Grace, a talented UX designer who carved his career working with the Japanese Government.
After working with the crew at Nova 100 in Melbourne and feeling somewhat adventurous by the minimalist approach to life, Jarrod took to new found love for travel and adventure. During his travels it occurred to him that paying for such life needs to be financed and that not every country spoke English - so radio was out of the question. Hence the Internet was growing so Jarrod delved deep into the interwebs of the world and began building websites for randoms around the world.
One fine evening many moons ago, Jarrod and Missy became great friends and it wasn't until many moons after those moons, that they joined forces in business... and in life. These two cucumbers have now come together and created Fletcher St & Co. and have already gained a good level success working with Words In Winter in Daylesford and The Australian Podcast Awards. In need of a creative mind and third partner in crime to come on board, they've also adopted Mitch Grace who was once upon a time doing UX design for the Japanese Government.