I've been creating things since I was little, whether it was paper jewelry (do not wear in the rain), "The Journal" newspaper (big stories to be had in my small Idaho town) or birthday diddies. And now, I've made a career out of my creativity. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame with a bachelor of arts degree in graphic design and anthropology, I officially began my career as a graphic designer at a small design firm in Boulder, Colorado. From there, I joined the internal design and marketing team at Richmond American Homes, producing consumer-to-market and internal marketing materials. I eventually moved over to the nationally renowned Sterling-Rice Group, responsible for developing business-to-business collateral, advertising campaigns, package design and logos. Home came calling and so, in the fall of 2006 I returned to Idaho and have been enjoying the continued variety of work and experience as a freelance graphic designer.

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