Unique and meaningful websites, brands and digital campaigns.

Left Bank Creative is a design shop based in Detroit. We offer smart, creative and strategic solutions to help customers sell their ideas, services and products. Surrounded by the sights and sounds only found in the Motor City’s artistic community, we take the best of what Detroit has to offer, add a whole lot of experience with a tailored approach, and produce unique and meaningful websites, brands and digital campaigns.

todd-ridleyTodd – Todd Ridley is the Founder and Creative Director of Left Bank Creative. He has been in the design industry for over 12 years, and a Detroit advocate and resident. More about Todd here.

jakki-kirouacJakki – Jacquelin “Jakki” Kirouac is an avid supporter of Detroit’s creative community, and leads project management and client engagement for Left Bank Creative. More about Jakki here.

david-wassmannDavid – David Wassmann is an avid biker and cubicle-farm-hater who is in charge of client strategy. More about David here.

angelique-wegerAngélique – Angélique Weger has been writing code since 2000 and building web sites in partnership with Left Bank Creative since 2013. More about Angélique here.

Our Network

We use a network of talented freelancers and partner companies in the Left Bank family, and deliver more impactful and creative solutions than are available anywhere else.

A Part of the Community

Left Bank is part of the Creative Ventures Program in the Detroit Creative Corridor. We also volunteer our services to a number of communities and programs in and around the city, like Vista Maria’s Women FORE! Women Golf Charity Event (4 years running), The Villages of Detroit CDC, The Historic Indian Village Association, The Women’s Garden Club of Indian Village and the East English Village Association.

Left Bank / Detroit’s Rive Gauche

“Rive Gauche” or “Left Bank” generally refers to the Paris of an earlier era; the Paris of artists, writers and philosophers, including Pablo Picasso, Arthur Rimbaud, Paul Verlaine, Henri Matisse, Jean-Paul Sartre, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald and dozens of other members of the great artistic community at Montparnasse. The phrase implies a sense of bohemianism and creativity.(Src. Wikipedia)