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
Madison Children's Museum
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
Madison Public Library Foundation
Memorial Union/University of Wisconsin, Madison
University of Wisconsin Space Place