Telling ‘Made In St. Augustine’ Stories

Filming Honey

We’re telling stories about folks who use their hands, and hearts, and passions to create a business. We love what they do, and what we learn about them along the way.

We’re storytellers, first and foremost. Whether it’s for a client, or at a dinner party… we’re going to be telling stories.
And nothing is better than telling stories about your own hometown. That’s why our sponsorship of the Made in St. Augustine® Festival has been so fun!

Christine and Rosemary of de Raadt Designs are sisters… born in Chile, of Scandinavian descent, lived in Europe and South America… and settled in St. Augustine. Their jewelry designs are truly world-inspired, and their workshop is like an artist’s candy shop!

de Raadt Designs

Rosemary styles her latest jewelry designs in her St. Augustine workshop.

Danielle, of the Honey Truck Company, throws herself head-first into everything she does. She began keeping bees just a few years ago and yet, so quickly, her business has taken flight! She’s clever and creative- great qualities in an entrepreneur!

Datil Honey

St. Augustine Datil Honey by The Honey Truck Company

Cesar Diaz, of the Cocktail Capital group, is single-handedly bringing hispanic flair back to St. Augustine. I know, big words, but he has HUGE passion. His energy and ideas are contagious, which I think is why his businesses put you in good spirits (see what I did there?). His newest venture, Milagro on 12, deserves a visit…

Milagro on 12

Serving up hispanic dishes at Milagro on 12 in downtown St. Augustine

Anyway, the stories are endless.. Good thing you can watch some of them here: Made In St. Augustine

We hope to see you at the Made In St. Augustine Festival- Sunday, February 11th- Be sure to tap us on the shoulder and say Hi!

Made in St. Augustine® is the culmination of all things local. On February 11, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Francis Field, this handcrafted festival will celebrate everything made in the nation’s oldest city.