We serve nonprofit organizations for one simple reason: we want to work with people who are as passionate as we are about improving lives, communities, and our environment.

We have done work for corporations (and we still do sometimes), but our true expertise is helping nonprofits deal with their communication challenges: creating an identity that reflects their unique mission, balancing the needs and demands of multiple audiences while delivering much-needed services, and cultivating donor relationships.

We understand, and we can usually help. We tackle your communication problems with a mix of head and heart, creating smart and efficient programs that convey your passion and mission.

Meredith Tredeau
Meredith Tredeau

- Project Manager -

I'm the left-brain side of Tredeau Design. I manage all of our projects - tracking schedules and budgets and making sure everyone is on task. I also collaborate with Scott on creative concepting and strategy. I enjoy researching, distilling complicated information, identifying patterns, and making connections. Before joining Scott full-time in the office, I spent 15 years as an environmental planning consultant. I studied environmental health science at the University of Georgia, and I am an AICP-credentialed planner. I love books, all things fall, and spending time with my adorable family.


Scott Tredeau
Scott Tredeau

- Creative Director -

This is where you get to learn a little about me. When it comes to the work I do, I have a passion for design and the power it brings to communicating a message to an audience. The process of learning about the audience and figuring out how to align messaging with their values is an eye-opening experience. What tickles my fancy other than work you ask? I enjoy hiking, volunteering at the farm down the street, growing food in my own garden, playing my guitar, and trying to play my 50 year old piano--all with my three children (Noah, Fern, and Wyatt) and Meredith.


Cati Teague
Cati Teague

- Photographer -

I'm an Atlanta photographer, born and raised, who specializes in product, portrait, and architectural photography. I'm a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, but my photographic education began at the Atlanta College of Art. I bring a fine art aesthetic to my work by exploring different textures and patterns and finding stories in the smallest of everyday details. I appreciate the unexpected and experiment with lighting so each project, each subject has an interesting narrative to tell.


Peter Bowerman
Peter Bowerman

- Copywriter -

In sixth grade, I wrote a scary story for Halloween. The teacher liked it so much, we actually performed it as a class play. I was hooked on the power of writing to move and touch someone. After college, I spent a reasonably successful, somewhat unsatisfying, but ultimately valuable 15-year detour in sales and marketing, always gravitating to the writing tasks, and finally launching my own professional copywriting practice in 1994. That marketing career schooled me in the art and science of getting someone’s attention and moving them to action. I love how my words + Scott and Meredith’s tremendous creative always = something bigger than both. And to be able to do it on behalf of people and organizations trying to make the world better place, is just the icing on the cake.


Scott Livingston
Scott Livingston

- Interactive Designer -

For me, design and development go hand in hand. I believe a successful user experience requires that form and function are treated equally, and it’s that balance that I’m constantly striving for. My career began in Atlanta agencies during the late nineties dot com boom. I love that this industry is constantly evolving. Every day I’m learning something new and working towards being a better designer and a better developer. When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my family, studying martial arts, and drawing.