Design is everywhere you look. Maybe you notice it. Maybe you don’t. If you’re here, you understand the importance of design. Welcome — you’re in good company.
I’ve learned a lot over the past 10-plus years working in the world of design. My first paid design project was with a doctor who was rebranding his practice. I was young and inexperienced. Project after project, I sharpened my skills. It was an honor to work with him up until his retirement when I sunsetted the website and brand we created together. I was practically in tears. And while I’ve learned to rein in the waterworks, I pride myself on making my clients’ passions my own. In fact, I consider partnering with mission-driven business owners one of the most rewarding parts of being a designer.
But to improve your brand and marketing efforts, I first need to understand your business, your people and your priorities. And my clients can attest that I am an avid student. Over the course of my career, I’ve learned about the intricacies of coupling adapters (for Kobaltec), the difficulties of scheduling salon services (for Peabody’s Parlor), and the mind-boggling amount of statistics required to run a political campaign (for Klein For Indiana).
In addition to supporting individuals and small businesses, I frequently work on a contract basis with leading multinationals, either on individual projects or as an extension of their marketing team. I serve as a senior graphic designer at an international law firm by day, so I understand corporate structures and can easily jump in to contribute.
If you’re ready to take the next steps to launching or refining your brand, let’s talk.