Hi, you found me! You must be searching for a copywriter—or a cat. Either way, come on in and have a look around.Lynn Lamousin
Release the balloons! Celebrating 20 years of creative copy!
Okay, the balloons are metaphorical, but it's still a celebration.
The official founding of my business is April 1997, at a time when the Internet was just beginning to gain mainstream attention. I was working for a large computer company in Cupertino, California and I decided to quit my job and move to the South.
When I arrived in Atlanta I had nothing—no car, no place to live, no belongings. What I did have was a desire to be self-employed. And I applied for a business license before I even owned a computer. I was young and a little headstrong, but I was also incredibly motivated.
Through 20 years I've survived the ups and downs of the economy, and I'm still going strong. So have a look around, and be in touch so we can discuss your project.
I want to thank you personally for all your help on producing the new Code of Business Conduct. This was an important project, well and thoughtfully executed, with an excellent result. I appreciate your many contributions.
I have worked with Lynn Lamousin for more than 6 years and the one word I would use to describe her work is spectacular. Lynn is creative, but also very technical, which has made her invaluable to AT&T.
Lynn's work product has exceeded our expectations on all engagements and has been well received within the organization. In addition, her sales tools have been particularly effective in the marketplace. Although Lynn works remotely of our primary HQ in Memphis, she has always been easy to reach and quick to respond, and she always meets all of our deadlines.
After years of placing in or winning screenwriting contests, I finally decided to take my stories from script to screen and produce The Lady from Sockholm — the world's first feature film with an all-sock puppet cast. The film played at over 40 festivals around the world and is available for purchase and rental.
Every screening event has its own charm, but my favorite was probably the Mill Valley Film Festival—a prestigious fest run by the California Film Institute. In addition to premiering in California, I got to meet George Lucas (yes, that George Lucas) and visit wine country. Fun times!
The company was named after my Siamese cat, Kittyboy. When I was first starting out he would snooze on my computer while I worked, so I named the company after him. It's honestly that simple of an explanation. This was back in 1997 when the Internet trend was to have a crazy company name: Dogpile, Ask Jeeves, HotBot, Yahoo! ... I think Yahoo! is the only one still around. But look at me, I'm still around too.