We are a perfectly formed creative media and design agency based in Hobbs, NM.
With over 30+ years of combined experience Ampersand Media and Design is here servicing the entire region to help YOUR business tell it’s story.
We do it all! Quality work right here in Lea County.
BRANDING | PRINT | WEB | SOCIAL MEDIA | MARKETING | CONSULTING | AND MORE
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Affordable Services with top quality support
Branding Your Business
Logo Design | Visual Consistency | Rebranding
Visual Identity | Brand Management | Naming
Design and Print Services
Business Cards | Flyers | Letterheads
Brochures | Packaging | Direct Mail
Magazine | Posters/Banners | Billboards
Signs | Decals/Car Magnets | and More
Website Development and Revamp
Web Design | Web Hosting | SEO
Visibility | Banner Ads | Photography
Video | Analytics | Stock Photos
Social Media Presence
Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Pinterest | Google+ | LinkedIn
Wordpress | Blogs | Ads
Website Integration | and More
Powerful Marketing Services
Media Planning | Market Research
Press Release | Public Relations
Event Planning | Promotions
Copywriting | Art Direction | Video Production
Set Your Business Apart
Strategy | Mission | Vision Casting
Ad Management | Art Consultation | Training
Additional Services available
A passionate team of inventive creatives who can craft great things
Co-Owner and Graphic Designer
Christy Lewis spent many days as a kid recording herself reading ads out of the yellow pages and creating her own jingles for her radio show. Christy was born and raised in Odessa, Texas. She graduated from the Texas Tech University school of Mass Communications with a Bachelors in Broadcast Journalism. Through her experience serving in youth ministry, Christy developed her passion for media, advertising & design. She served many summers on video teams throughout college, filming mission trips and putting together highlight videos.
After college, Christy worked in ministry for 7 years in Odessa, promoting church events through web, graphics, social media, video, photography and print.
Christy is always the person at the family get-together or sporting event with a camera around her neck. She loves photography and capturing life’s adventures through the lens.
Christy moved to Hobbs in 2012 and most recently gained experience in web design and graphics within the world of Real Estate. There she used her photography skills, graphics and video in various advertising and design mediums.
Christy helped mold the idea and vision for Ampersand, and knew that Lea County was in great need for a place like Ampersand. A place where ideas and dreams can become a reality. Ampersand has been quite the adventure so far for Christy and she’s very excited to see where journey will take her, who she’ll meet along the way and what amazing creations will come from within the team that is Ampersand.
Co-Owner and Graphic Designer
Arynn Phillips has had a passion for designing and creating since she was a little girl. After working a few jobs with creative aspects, in 2004 she took the next step by attending The International Academy of Design and Technology in Tukwila, WA. It was there where she learned print, web, typography, photography and many other design skills. Arynn graduated from IADT with a degree in Graphic Design and has been using it ever since. With 10+ years of freelance design work under her belt she has worked with worldly known names such as Nike Sports, Tommy Bahama, Ford, Sunoco and more. In addition she has worked with many of your local top names Youngs Homes, IL Cicerone, Muscle Therapy Center, Allwater Systems (3M vendor), Cotton Castle, etc. Arynn believes in Simplistic Print & Web Design Solutions.
What we do and what we don’t do
- Marketing campaign backed by quality research
- Leverage advocate-generated content smartly
- Engage customers to cultivate loyalty
- Spam our customer’s inbox with excessive marketing
- Stagnant marketing strategies that don’t work
- Market your services to the wrong audience