In 2006, after working in both an in-house and an agency design environment, I struck out on my own. As an independent designer (aka freelancer), I partner with corporate marketing leaders who value experience, speed and creativity.
With 20+ years of experience in the field of design, I’ve had the opportunity to work with, and learn from, a wide range of clients, projects, and design dilemmas.
Experience is valuable but it’s not a free pass. I embrace the challenge of learning new skills and staying current with the latest technology, software and design trends.
My clients receive the skill of an agency designer, the brand loyalty of an in-house team member, and the self-reliance of a freelancer. It’s a win, win, win.
Plenty of companies have an in-house design group — but they usually have more work than they can handle, resulting in some teams being left out. The alternative is an agency, but agencies are expensive. That’s where I come in.
For most of my clients, I serve as an extension of their in-house group. I know the brand and culture but I’m able to focus solely on an individual team and their product or service. I turn projects around quickly, with little direction, on-brand and within budget.