Let me tell you a bit about myself.
I'm a multi-discipline, Seattle area-based graphic designer specializing in brand and web design. But really, I'm up for pretty much anything.
In 2012 I graduated from Chicagoland's Wheaton College where I studied media theory and graphic design. Out of college I got a job with CatchFire Creative, an agency in Portsmouth, NH where I quickly advanced from graphic design intern to full-on designer working on a variety of accounts. From there I went to Eastbourne, England where I worked at Kings Church, a large church on the south coast. There I worked on their graphics and media team, led the youth department, and ran the internship program. It was an incredible two years, but in the end I missed American burgers and beer too much.
After that I moved to New York City where I was the brand marketing designer for Jack Morton Worldwide, a brand experience agency with offices in Manhattan and around the world. There I oversaw the look of the brand across all our markets and created content as needed.
In January 2017, I left the concrete jungle for something with a bit more access to mountains. Since living in Tacoma, I've plunged headfirst into freelance design, working with NCC Tacoma and World Vision International to name two.
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If you haven't already, check out my resume here.