Looking for someone?

Tom Denari / tdenari@yandl.com
President / Chief Strategy Officer Young and Laramore
Carolyn Hadlock / chadlock@yandl.com
Executive Creative Director Young and Laramore
Terri Reilly / terri@echopointmedia.com
Echopoint Media President Echopoint Media
Brad Bobenmoyer / bbobenmoyer@yandl.com
Vice President, Marketing / New Business Inquiries Young and Laramore

Where are we located?


Y&L is situated in historic Lockerbie Square, the oldest intact residential neighborhood in Indianapolis. Lockerbie Square is a quiet block with tree-lined streets and brick paved roadways that lead straight to “Mass Ave,” a lively arts district full of good food, great drinks, a handful of our favorite local businesses and just the right amount of funk.

During the week, you can almost always find some faction of Y&L hanging out across the street at Lockerbie Pub, our designated dive bar/fried-pickle-shop of choice. And you’ll usually find the rest of us (when we leave our desks and embrace the daylight) perusing the agency vegetable garden, riding bikes along the Monon or Cultural Trails, playing Bocce Ball at B’s ‘Po Boy in Fountain Square or out for a run over lunch (did we mention we have a club for that?).

 77°
High 89°F / Low 73°F
39° 46’ 21.712” N, 86° 8’ 37.436”W
Lockerbie Square, Indpls, IN
Yep, we’re probably walking to Lockerbie Pub right now.

Want to join the team?


Great. You might be the person we were just standing in the hallway agreeing we really need around here. We probably just haven’t gotten around to posting the job yet.

Send your resume, or a link to some work

Go on. Do it. We’ll wait here.

Current Job Openings


Digital Developer


Are you a Digital Developer? Are you a well-rounded, well-experienced web coder? Are you geeky (in a good way)? Is your code the cleanest thing about you (in a good way)? Do you have an unnatural fondness for acronyms, including: PHP, AS3, C#, MVC, OOP, MySQL, SQL, SaaS, SVN or CVS? Are you nutty about data? Are you almost as focused on design as you are on 1’s and 0’s? Have you contributed to an open-source project? When someone mentions O’Reilly, do you instantly think Tim and not Bill? yes@yandl.com