I am a Freelance Graphic Designer from Aspen, Colo. with a background in fine arts; although a majority of my current work is done digitally, my process always starts with a pen and paper. Thru the practice and study of graphic design, I became fascinated by the connection and loyalty people create between themselves and a brand. How colors and a mark or icon representing a product could create such an inseparable bond between a person and an object no matter how functional or necessary it may be. The power of seeing a single graphic or color that would instantly convey an unspoken message, create emotions, urges, memories, and even a feeling of emptiness without it, seemed impossible. The ability to creating that perpetual bridge between man and brand thru color, forum and typography, continues to drive my passion for graphic design.
Freelance graphic designer with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design with a foucs in Branding & Identity.
Various Past, Present & Future Logos.
My portfolio features select projects both personal & for clients, showcasing a variety of design skills, used to convey a specific visual or literal message to a select target audience.
While graphic design covers a variety of skill sets, no matter what your design needs may be, from a basic business card design to a complete branding re-design, I can help you out with making your vision a reality. Whether you need publication design, web graphics, motion graphics, an advertisement or simply a new logo design for your company. A digital illustration for a poster, hand lettering or visual brand consistency across social media platforms, I can help. I also specialize in just a few areas, Brand & Identity,Print Design, Digital Illustration and Social Media; which means that you won’t have to settle for a generic service and although I can’t boast years and years of service I can ensure you that is a good thing in this industry.
Staying up to date with the latest technologies, social media and design trends is what this industry is all about. If your don't perceive your own product or service as being visually relevant in comparison to your competitors how can you expect your customers to. While you don't have to set the trends or even follow them, at least be aware of the visual relevance of your brand and how the public perceives it. Because hey, while that neon pink may have screamed in the 80's it could fall on def ears today in this technology driven society.
Beyond your logo the creation of a perceived emotional image along with visual aspects that your customers can identify, bring your brand to life.
Let print design complement your online presence with tangible designs your customers can connect with, beyond the keyboard & screen.
All design begins with a pen & paper no matter how digital the outcome may be, composing a digital illustration begins when ink hits paper.
A consistent visual appearance across various relevant social media platforms is essential for your customers to connect with your brand online.
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