We’re a full service graphic design and consulting firm specializing in affordable web and print marketing for small businesses, non-profits and the visual and performing arts. We have offices located in the Fabric District of the Eastern Panhandle of WV (just beyond the Technology & Agricultural Corridor) and the Breezy edges of Frick Park in Pittsburgh, PA. We love working with clients in our own neighborhoods and around the globe.



A native of southern WV and graduate of Shepherd University’s BFA program, Jen started Eden Design in March of 2000 in response to what she felt was an immense need for affordable, professional design for small businesses and non-profits in the Eastern Panhandle of WV and surrounding areas. Building on the belief that “to change the world you must first change your part in it,” Eden Design has blossomed into a successful design firm, using their expertise to help clients achieve visions that often nurture communities and improve local economies. Having lived in the area for nearly twenty years, Jen has also become a great resource of contacts and information for numerous start-up businesses.

Clients range from thriving mom-based businesses to agriculture development, arts and theater, boutique hotels, community assistance organizations, doctors, attorneys, restaurants, professional and personal coaches, consultants . . . the list is ever growing. Eden Design also provides pro-bono graphic services to numerous charities throughout the year and partners with Shepherd University providing internships to graphic design students.

She lives with her husband Patrick Shunney, a restoration contractor and timber-framer, and her lively son and two dogs. She enjoys yoga, trail running, cold IPAs, traveling, and eating delicious food.



Molly was tempted by Eden Design when she first met Jen after moving to Shepherdstown, WV in August 2007. Because they are both so quiet and shy (sarcasm here), they struck up a conversation and never really stopped talking.  Two years later, Molly joined Eden Design to assist with office management, e-commerce, and social media marketing. Prior to moving to West Virginia, Molly lived in New York City for ten years organizing fundraising events and outreach programs for environmental conservation organizations. She worked most recently for The Nature Conservancy. Her favorite program involved teaming up with artists, scientists and environmentalists to educate the public about environmental issues in a series called Human/Nature: Art and the Environment. Molly has also worked as a field biologist in Quebec, New York, and Florida. She has a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Entomology from Bard College. Molly lives with her husband and two children in Pittsburgh, PA.