Stickerbook is a women-owned creative services company specializing in marketing, branding, and management for artists and creative entrepreneurs.
Our biggest successes come in the form of clients who have been overwhelmed by the fact that they have to do everything on their own as independent artists or business owner. We offer musicians an opportunity to release the reins and relax, knowing that their career is in good hands so they can focus on their art. We are booking agent friendly and understand the delicate balance between managers and booking. As COVID19 continues to cripple the music industry, we have strived to harness more creative means for artists to share their music. The same work we do in the music industry is also very applicable to the work we do with creative entrepreneurs. As small business owners and creatives find themselves in the same boat as many musicians - overwhelmed, physically, and emotionally drained - we provide a new creative eye to help build brands, re-invent business' image, and grow an online presence. No one can do it all - we know that and are here to help. We are passionate about working with female-owned small businesses, womxn artists, the BIPOC community, LGBTQ+, and all with a desire to be bigger and better.
We are boldy loud and proud of our work done in male dominated fields and continue to pursue permanent change in those spaces.
We work with those who desire a better world and have made commitments to safer spaces, inclusion, sustainability and ethical practices.
Priscilla is a collector of information, has too many hobbies, and can't leave a riddle unsolved. As an advocate for and a proud member of the neurodivergent community, they have developed an ability to find greatness in places otherwise overlooked.
Priscilla has spent the last two decades helping musicians and entrepreneurs make big dreams a reality through bold design, strategic marketing, and introspection.
As a lifelong entrepreneur, performer, and musician Priscilla is more than familiar with what it takes to develop a sustainable life in the creative arts. In their free time, they can be found playing with their three daughters, info-dumping, at estate sales, or on stage with their partner.
For 20 years, Priscilla Priebe has been immersed in the music industry as a performer, visual artist, and strategic brand marketer. Before adulthood, she was already a seasoned performer and showing her artwork. After studying fine art and graphic design, she left on her first North American tour covering thousands of miles promoting her first album, but when their label dissolved, she was left to market and design the album independently and harness social media before most musicians even knew what social media was. The experience soon led her to marketing for other artists, businesses, and organizations. As her work gained notoriety, she was asked to serve as their creative chair on the board of directors for Rock the Cause. She spearheaded content creation for events and releases on the organization's nonprofit label, major philanthropic event planning, merchandise design, and print work – working with artists including The Flaming Lips, Sharon Van Etten, Donovan, and Hamilton Leithauser. In 2011 Priscilla joined Green Room Music Source as their Creative Director. There she continued her work in design and marketing while expanding into artist management and development. Her work with artists and branding of GRMS helped develop the small agency into a booming boutique with over 50 artists. After becoming a mother in 2013, she founded Mothers In the Music Industry (MIMI) and began speaking and advocating for working mothers in entertainment at colleges and industry conferences. Priscilla's artwork has been shown in Rolling Stone and Pitchfork and displayed in New York and Minneapolis galleries. She continues to perform and tour, having played over one thousand career shows at SXSW, Summerfest, CMJ, and First Avenue's Main Room.
Kelsey has many loves in life - namely warm bread, Fire Emblem, and listening to Anderson .Paak too much. Kelsey has spent most of her career in managing creative minds by helping artists, influencers, and small businesses get organized, build and achieve their goals, and manage all aspects of the creative day to day. She can also be easily bribed with a block of sharp cheddar.
As a music industry professional, Kelsey's background lies in the realm of talent/brand management and development as well as creative event planning. In these disciplines, she has honed her marketing and branding skills, focusing on helping artists and businesses craft timelines for their goals while simultaneously helping them achieve those objectives. Some examples include her work with Placebo Records as a label manager, Green Room Music Source as an artist manager, and at IPR - College of Creative Arts as an instructor. To Kelsey, everyone and every brand is uniquely different, and her joy is being able to shape her skills to fit the goal.