My Design Journey...
I initially entered the graphic design business by assisting a local non-profit organization. It was then that I began learning basic tools and functions in design with a quickly growing passion for creativity.
Not all too long afterwards, I was hired as the principle graphic designer at QSaltLake Magazine; Utah's monthly gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and ally news and entertainment magazine. I was been trained much more extensively with graphic design techniques and knowledge. I have been their graphic designer from December 2010 to the present.
Through my work at QSaltLake, I have extended my knowledge and training of design much further through the Adobe Creative Suite into creating print ad work for much of the clientele. At QSaltLake as well as the company’s annual directory, QPages, I work with numerous clients both new as well as long-time clientele.
My passion deepened quickly, and I entered into a journey of honing my skills as well as expanding my knowledge and creativity. As my journey has progressed, I've found more and more creativity with personal designs as well as freelance work.
I have passion for many art forms and found a new passion for restoring old photos. Ranging so far from the mid-1800's to the 1980's I've restored dozens of photos of varying wear & tarnish. My interest in old photos has become a passion of mine and seeing the new life brought back through restoration is a special feeling seeing old memories brought back.
Please contact me for inquiries about rates for specific projects or general design time. Turn-around time varies depending on the design needed and can be discussed with the design requested.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.