Specializing in the home lifestyle industry, Forest Home Media is a fusion marketing firm building on a foundation of content creation weaving traditional and social media to help launch and grow brands through success stories.
The name Forest Home Media has a dual meaning. First, it reflects a history and expertise successfully partnering with home-related professionals including builders, interior designers, home-related businesses, real estate as well as reporters, freelance writers and home lifestyle industry bloggers. It is also inspired by the historic Forest Home community south of Nashville in which FHM operates. Forest Home Media is an exciting direction for unique home lifestyle industry clients.
Nancy McNulty – President
Honored by Executive Nashville magazine as a woman in business innovator and Your Williamson magazine as a female entrepreneur, Nancy McNulty brings a tapestry of news, government spokesman and public relations experience to her unique perspective of content marketing and social media. Beginning as a newspaper and radio news reporter, she went on to serve as one of the state’s youngest spokesmen for TOSHA (Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health), Workers’ Compensation, mine safety and job training. She was responsible for creating and implementing dozens of public safety and education campaigns – one of which earned numerous American Advertising Federation Nashville (ADDY) awards. She also served on two different Governor’s Information Staff for emergency response.
For almost a decade via McNulty Communications, her public relations efforts built and launched a spectrum of projects from premier home tours like Castle Homes’ Nashville Symphony Show House to new businesses, product lines and signature events like the Chair-ish The Night With Vince Gill Benefit for STARS. She has also created and implemented award-winning campaigns including the regional Emmy nominated STARS’ (Students Taking A Right Stand) bullying prevention public service announcement (PSA), produced a world premiere original play and marketing and media relations for the 2011 Southern Living Showcase Home earning Castle Homes’ Southern Living Custom Builder of the Year. This project led to her serving on the 2013 PR team for the nation’s only Southern Living Idea House at Fontanel and the 2014 HGTV Smart Home built by FHM client, Carbine & Associates. She also helped coordinate Influencer Events for the 2017 HGTV Urban Oasis House featuring designer Brian Patrick Flynn and the 2018 HGTV Smart Home featuring designer Tiffany Brooks. Here’s more via her regular blog The Southern C , a consortium of Southeastern creatives.
Geinger Hill – New Media Manager
Geinger Hill is a prolific area photographer, video editor and graphic artist. As FHM’s New Media Manager, her photography has already been part of national stories for This Old House, Romantic Country Homes as well as Nashville Lifestyles and the Tennessean. She served as a creative partner for Forest Home Media’s work on the 2014 HGTV Smart Home and the Nashville Symphony Show House. A Southern Illinois University business management and marketing graduate, she was previously a marketing project leader for Great American Opportunities, Inc. Hill assists Forest Home Media clients in video content development and social media content while expanding in-house client photography and graphic arts services. Contact her at Geinger@ForestHomeMedia.com.
Emily Griffin – PR Intern
Beginning her fourth year at Harding University, Emily Griffin is pursuing a degree in public relations with an emphasis on photography. She’s hit the ground running at Forest Home Media serving as a PR and content marketing intern. With experience in WordPress, photography and videography, she’s been creating new website content and news releases for FHM’s home lifestyle industry clients while assisting with social media post creation.
At Harding University, she serves as the head photographer of the student published newspaper and previously worked as an announcer for the campus radio station and as a production assistant for the campus TV station. Passionate about building relationships and sharing the stories of those she meets, connect with this future publicist via her Instagram @PhotoGriffi.
Mark McNulty – Finance & Technology Liaison
Let’s just be honest that no boutique agency creative wants to coordinate billing or deal with technology issues. With decades of Nashville media experience, Mark also lends his patience and expertise to Forest Home Media in making sure the business end of this creative business operates smoothly. Stay in touch with him via firstname.lastname@example.org.