Creating & nurturing

your brand's

digital presence.

So you can get back to doing what matters to you — running your small business.





Blogger's Desk

I started Snowfire Social to help small businesses, which are the true heroes of our community. They ground the neighborhoods they reside in; they bring originality and variety in a world that is run by chain stores. One of the advantages that small businesses have over big-box retailers is the intense ability to connect with their community. Creating content that revolves around your customer and your neighborhood, it's my mission to create a devoted community and fanbase around your business.

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Leave it up to the expert — me.

Graphic Design

Social Media Strategies

Web Design


Content Creation

Brand Collateral

Social Media Photography

Brand Vision Boards

Media Kits


Hey, I'm Erin — 

your new business bff.

My goal is to support small businesses and the authentic connections they make with their community. I graduated from ASU's Walter Cronkite School in 2019 with a Bachelor’s in Journalism and Mass Communication. With my love for all things branding and social media and my constant struggle for perfection, I decided to start my own business immediately after graduating. So here I am! I would say that my strengths are in helping small businesses find and build their brand, and creating beautiful things based around that brand. If you're looking to go viral, or to gain a million followers overnight, I'm not your girl. What I will do for you, however, is find you a smaller, more engaged following that cares about you, your brand and the product or service that you provide— quality over quantity. In working with me, I think you'll find that I'm very meticulous and I strive to make everything I create for you absolutely perfect. 

Here's how it all began...

I started as a hairdresser; first in Scottsdale, then in Chandler. In Chandler, I worked at a salon with over 60 other hairstylists, so it was important for me to stand out and promote myself in order to stay relevant. I did this not only through my work, but also through social media. 

I found that I loved creating graphics and interacting with an online audience so much more than I loved doing hair. I guess it finally just hit me: I'm in the wrong line of work! So I quit my job as a stylist of five years and went back to college to get my degree in Mass Communication.

"Ideas. Style. Passion.

In a time when the person who screams the loudest gets noticed the most, sometimes the best way to communicate is just being better. Erin's unique approach to communication was evident in my Multimedia Journalism class at ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. I watched her take complex information and organize it in user-friendly ways, while still maintaining her own brand of style and originality.

Erin is a passionate person who puts her heart into her work. You can never go wrong with somebody like that."

Jason Stone, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication

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