Our Leadership

GARRETT CURRY

Principal + CEO
(brand whisperer)

“After 20 years working within the non-profit sector, I became very mindful of the connection between brands and people. This led to creating Raygun Workshop (likely, out of a personal existential crisis). Today, I get to lead a team in architecting the culture around us. Crafting the identity for emerging and evolving brands is meaningful work to me. It’s something I get to do every day! I thoroughly enjoy seeing the relief and wonder on a client’s face when we bring clarity, words and images to an otherwise convoluted brand.”
-Garrett

GARRETT CURRY

Principal + CEO
(brand-whisperer)

“After 20 years working within the non-profit sector, I became very mindful of the connection between brands and people. This led to creating Raygun Workshop (likely, out of a personal existential crisis). Today, I get to lead a team in architecting the culture around us. Crafting the identity for emerging and evolving brands is meaningful work to me. It’s something I get to do every day! I thoroughly enjoy seeing the relief and wonder on a client’s face when we bring clarity, words and images to an otherwise convoluted brand.”
-Garrett

MADELINE MAKIELSKI

Director of Operations
(uni-cycling machette juggler)

“I’m a to-do list fanatic and jump at any opportunity to improve processes and keep moving things forward. It was obvious after joining the team that my unique gifts, diverse interests and personal values had found a home at Raygun Workshop. Garrett was speaking in a very different way than most studios I had encountered, and cast a very genuine vision that I could get behind — one that excites me to get up and come to the office everyday (no, really). My sweet spot is managing over all of the people and parts of our studio projects, then watching the creative magic happen.”
-Madeline

MADELINE MAKIELSKI

Director of Operations
(uni-cycling machete juggler)

“I’m a to-do list fanatic and jump at any opportunity to improve processes and keep moving things forward. It was obvious after becoming Project Manager that my unique gifts, diverse interests and personal values had found a home at Raygun Workshop. Garrett was speaking in a very different way than most studios I had encountered, and cast a very genuine vision that I could get behind — one that excites me to get up and come to the office everyday (no, really). My sweet spot is managing over all of the people and parts of our studio projects, then watching the creative magic happen.”
-Madeline

317.238.3515

5335 Winthrop Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46220