I am a freelance graphic artist, designer, illustrator, die hard Detroit Tigers fan and former Catholic school altar boy.
By the tender age of seven I was always drawing and doodling. By sheer accident, my love for all things art, color and design blossomed when I was dared by my best friends to do something crazy.
Trust me this is going somewhere...
I set out to break the “world record” for hanging upside down from my feet on a rusty set of monkey bars. As the "record time" grew close and the cheering and encouragement of my buddies increased, the blood began rushing to my head and it was only a matter of time before greatness was upon me. Well, the outcome is probably obvious. A subsequent fall, bump on the head and visit to the emergency room ensued. But something magical also happened that fateful day. That “bump on the head” sent me straight to a dream world of color, imagery and beauty that propelled my love to create. Ok ok maybe that was the concussion talking. Head wounds aren’t the best way to cultivate inspiration.
See, I love what I do. From an early age I was daring enough to try and explore all things unique, different and maybe a little dangerous - especially in the world of design. My creative passion to get it right and develop a clients wants and needs is my utmost priority. The job is not done until satisfaction is achieved. I believe in a hands on approach to creating the most visually appealing work and developing easy channels of communication to ensure the final product is exactly what we had imagined. The biggest satisfaction I get out of creating is the subsequent joy the client feels when they see their own thoughts and ideas come to life.
If you feel like our philosophies would mesh well, I’m always available to help cultivate and create your dream work into reality. Thankfully, I no longer need a fall on the playground to become inspired! And neither do you! Hit me up and we can get started on creating!
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