Carolyn Sinclair

Well versed in all areas of advertising, design and marketing, Carolyn combines solid experience with a creative eye. After graduating from Parsons School of Design, Carolyn worked in fashion and retail advertising for almost 20 years in the New York and New Jersey areas. She then spent two years in Boston, working for Talbots. In 1998, she moved to New Orleans and joined Peter A. Mayer Advertising, where she developed highly successful marketing campaigns for a diverse and prestigious list of clients, including Ochsner Medical, Harrahʼs Casinos, Stewart Enterprises, Delta Queen Steamboat Company, New Orleans Tourism, Louisiana Tourism, Sheraton Hotel New Orleans and Sonesta International Hotels.

Her work has been honored by the Art Directorʼs Club of New Jersey, the Graphic Artist Guild of America and the Ad Club of New Orleans. It has been featured in Retail Adweekʼs year-end “Best of” edition (1990) as well as in the book Shopping Bag Design 2, by Judi Radice (1991).

After Hurricane Katrina, Carolyn and her husband, Din, decided to join forces to form Sinclair Studios. It just made sense.


Din Sinclair

Ask anyone who knows him – Din knows his way around a computer. As both a web designer and developer he holds his work to the highest standard.

He began his career at Peter A. Mayer Advertising, honing his talents while meeting the needs of a diverse client roster, including Delta Queen Steamboat Company, the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Rain Vodka, and Whole Foods. His work has been repeatedly honored by the Ad Club of New Orleans.

In 2001 he left the ad agency to start his own web design/development business and focus on what he does best: connecting people to information via the web. Without a single ad to promote himself, Din has ridden a wave of positive word of mouth to stay busy from the start, designing and developing remarkable websites for attorneys, physicians, travel agencies, restaurants, artists, IT services companies, and more, including such prominent clients as Bayona Restaurant, Solutient, Red Feather Productions and artist Shannon Landis Hansen.