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Design Services

I work collaboratively with every client to provide high-quality design services and outcomes which are customized to meet their needs. My years of industry experience has given me the tools to deliver practical and engaging design solutions to a multitude of businesses.


Below is an overview of my design services. If you have any questions or like what you see and want to learn more, please get in touch!

Graphic design

A well-designed advertisement delivers a message free of any distractions. Advertising engages your audience in a powerful, yet non-intrusive way which often provides a more positive experience.

I will develop captivating design concepts that effectively communicates your brand, service or product message, whatever that message, in a clear and memorable way. I offer a wide range of advertising design services, including:

  • Direct mail, magazine and newspaper adverts

  • Flyers

  • Posters

  • Menus

  • Large format banners 

  • Signage and vehicle decals
    and much more...

Logo design

A logo is an iconic mark or logotype that identifies your business, product or service in a simple and direct way — it is the image by which your current and future clients recognize your company and brand.


I approach each logo design project with fresh eyes and a humble attitude; ready to advise, collaborate and create. By following a strict design process, I will get to know you and your business, understand your service offering and appreciate what your clients/customers want. I then design a unique, appropriate and memorable logo to represent your company and add value to your business—creative exploration and attention to detail are key and I hold the requisite skills to meet your brand design needs.

Publication & Product design

Publication design is a thoughtful process of integrating text with images to visually support the content. Reader-friendly print materials are easily scannable for information and engage the audience with elements that catch the eye. When I design a new product, for example, I look for opportunities to include callouts of related information or photos and art to help visualize the articles subject. 

Details matter. In multi-page layouts, there are many small, but important things to consider — footnotes and folios, active links for a web version, copyrights, photo credits and much more.

I take pride in paying attention to the details and creating pieces you are proud to share.

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