I've always been interested in art from the time I picked up my first crayon and created a masterpiece (I thought). In 1992 I was introduced to Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop and my graphic design world expanded into the digital realm. Working for a newspaper at the time I learned to work fast with short deadlines. After a couple of years I moved on to a marketing department for the Air Force. There I oversaw the creation of magazine and learned to create styles used for multiple print products. At the same time I managed a print shop on the base where we created wedding invitations, business cards and a wide selection of products for individuals and businesses. In 2007 I left my day job behind and became a full time freelancer. The important lesson I learned through all these venues was that ultimately graphic designers are an extension of their clients creativity. My end goal is to make your vision for something into a tangible product you can download and print.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to write me. You may contact through my site or write me direct at: email@example.com