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I decided at the age of twelve that I wanted to be a graphic designer after my grandfather observed me spending hours creating birthday cards for people, and suggested becoming a "commercial artist". What a great idea, I thought, to be able to be an artist as a job!


Since graduating art school I have worked for design firms, publishing houses, non-profits, and universities, where I have designed, produced and managed projects including annual reports, banners, books, brochures, logos, posters, newsletters, and websites.

Throughout this time period I have been a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. My clientele includes a diverse array of businesses and organizations, both large and small.  I enjoy the creative challenge, working directly with clients, and pushing myself to produce the best work possible.

BFA • Major in Graphic Communications 
Washington University/School of Fine Arts • St Louis, Mo

Clients and Employers
Beth Tondreau Design

Edgewood College Music Department

Harper Collins Books

Inner Fire Yoga

Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, DC 

Jossey-Bass Publishers

Madison Children's Museum 

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

Madison Public Library Foundation

McGraw-Hill Publishers
Memorial Union/University of Wisconsin, Madison
University of Wisconsin Space Place

and more!

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