Branding experience is what distinguishes Brand Focus. For clients needing more than a one-man-brand, Brand Focus turns to a team of very experienced individuals who are passionate about their work. We share a sense of urgency and the genuine desire to help our clients prosper. Your kind of people? Then let’s get together.

Stew Jensen
Brand & Interactive Strategy

A graduate of University of Vermont, Stew has a passion for building brands that push the creative boundaries without sacrificing the core personality and positioning that connect them to target audiences. Analytics and key performance indicators are sure to be in the planning mix. And converting brand interest into sales results through clear pathways to purchase is always a priority. Stew has been leading through comprehensive brand and positioning strategy workshops since 1999.

Client experience: Marriott, Best Software, Stowe, BlueCross BlueShield, Fletcher Allen Hospital, Burton, Killington, Arrow Fasteners, Orvis, Revision Eyewear, Synergy Software, Vermont Public Radio, Waterville Valley, Solidworks, Redington Fly Rods, Valdez Heli-Camps, Gunstock Resort, Mountain Creek, Dale of Norway.

John Dennis
Web Design & Development

John is an accomplished Internet art director with 25 years of professional experience in electronic design and website development. Although now independent, John has worked with two international media giants—Time Warner Interactive and Qualcomm Eudora. His strong background in graphic design, user interface design and content planning, make John comfortable working with engineers, marketing teams, or the zaniest of designers. He is a past President of AIGA’s San Diego chapter.

Technical Expertise: Interface design, custom WordPress development, animation, branding, photography, video integration, XHTML/HTML, CSS, Javascript, XML, MySql, CMS, social network page design, Search Engine Optimization, E-commerce.

Scott Clements
Tactical Marketing Strategy

Scott offers 20 years of experience in sales and marketing management roles, mostly in the consumer products industry. Following two years with Carnation, Scott joined Procter & Gamble, where he spent the next 15 years, primarily in the PetCare division. In 1999, P&G moved Scott to San Diego where he eventually managed a $95 million client and a support team of five. He has done international work in the P&G Japan, Asia, Latin America division.

Scott started a Video Marketing business in 2009. Why video? As he learned from experience, you have to “follow the eyeballs” and that’s exactly where they are now. Scott is passionate about helping companies leverage the power of video to grow revenues, procure new customers, and enhance corporate brand building.