CooperHouse is a multidisciplinary design studio based in Oklahoma City. We specialize in branding, identity, and web design.




Since 2006, Tim & Erin Cooper have worked together crafting bespoke websites for creatives in varying industries. As a team, they’ve always brought a balanced perspective on technology and aesthetics to all their projects. In 2011, they launched their joint venture, CooperHouse, with the intention of working directly with creative clients to provide branding and websites with a more holistic approach.

Combining a long-history of web design experience and a passion for working with creatives and small businesses, CooperHouse has built a reputation for providing a transformative branding experience for creatives. They take pride in building long-standing relationships with their clients and guiding them as their brands and businesses evolve.  CooperHouse’s expertise is focused on the branding process and creating a full package web experience that communicates your message with clarity and intention.




A designer, painter, wife and mother living in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Erin Cooper is head executive of making things beautiful. She provides creative direction and management, taking each project from conception to creation. Erin focuses on full service marketing. She has over 15 years experience in print and art direction for various forms of marketing. She combines this knowledge with web design to provide a full package deal for your business. You can follow her other creative endeavors at



A developer, stone sculptor, musician, husband and father living in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Tim Cooper is chief officer of making things work at CooperHouse. Tim has over 16 years experience working in web and multimedia and has built over 250 websites from the ground up. Tim builds rich internet applications to suit any client’s needs. If you want to get geeky about it, Tim works with XHTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, and AJAX. If you’re not into alphabet soup, just know that Tim can build just about anything you’ve seen.

Meet The Team



Steph Shilling

Graphic Designer


Steph joined our team in 2012 as our graphic designer, and remains one of our most important team members. She’s a talented and versatile designer that assists us with everything from branding, print work, to web design. She collaborates on every project that comes in our doors, and helps keep us on track. Steph is an Oklahoma native with experience working as a designer on both coasts. She loves traveling with her husband Chris, and chasing her sweet French bulldog, Lenny.


Aaron Morvan

Production Designer


Aaron is the latest addition to the CooperHouse team. He’s a seasoned freelance designer and active member of the OKC creative community. As our production designer, Aaron helps us plan our websites, manage and beautify content, and be sure we’re sending everything out the door with all the details polished. He’s an avid fan of art, architecture and modern design, and like most of us, appreciates a seriously good cup of coffee.


Chris Nguyen



Chris Nguyen, known professionally as “Quit”, is our official CooperHouse photographer. His versatility and pre-natural talent make him a great fit for our projects. He’s super involved in the local community and can often be found working for the Plaza District, capturing moments as they happen. Chris is rarely serious, except when you find him in the studio crafting the perfect image. In his spare time he doodles stuff, like comic book characters and unflattering caricatures of his boss.


Dane Strom

Assistant Developer


Dane is our go-to developer for website production. He and Tim collaborate on most of CooperHouse projects and have a Skype window open pretty much daily. He’s one of Tim & Erin’s oldest friends and frequent collaborators. He spends his time largely freelancing and living in a tiny village in the mountains of Mexico, but occasionally takes a break from paradise to visit Oklahoma. In his spare time, he’s a brilliant photographer of nature and the indigenous people of his village.