About

WHO WE ARE…

Barb Salzman, Founder of Hatch Creative Studio, and her amazing creatives take residence outside the limits of traditional event design and marketing. Recognized for their whimsical and fresh concepts; private clients, corporations and organizations alike flock to these whistle-while-you-work event designers who have left their mark on such events as The Samsung House, The Brooklyn Half Marathon Pre Party and The Office Depot Booth at The X Games in Aspen, Colorado. 

Her approach being collaborative in nature, Barb has had long-standing relationships with some of the top event marketers and designers in the field including Eventage Event Production and designer Nicky Balestrieri (ExtraExtra, BMF Media) where she has been instrumental in the creation of the Cointreau USA program aesthetics, The Jason Wu Launch for Target, Target Shops Launch during Fashion Week, FEED USA, Constellation wines and the Creative Time Spring Galas honoring Julian Schnabel and Kara Walker respectively. 

Both local and national brands seek Barb Salzman and Hatch Creative Studio as specialists in the experiential design category.  Hatch was voted Best of Floral Designers 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and Salzman was chosen as The Knot’s Top 10 Most Inspiring People 2013.

WHAT WE DO…

Our full services include working with you from strategy to execution of every detail of your events.  

We have been doing both weddings and corporate events for the past 10 years but will be spending 2015 solely on corporate.  We have loved being a part of so many special moments with our wedding  clients and will be leaving up that section on our site in hopes to inspire many more ahead.  Feel free to ask for a referral.  We are happy to point you in the right direction based on your style and needs.  

PROP RENTALS…..

Our studio is filled with an eclectic  inventory of unique props that we will be renting to the trade only  in April 2015. Please let your planners or designers know if you would like them to add any of our collection to your event.