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You do not need an expensive college education to learn how to design and develop eye catching websites or multi media applications. It really comes down to having a passion for what you love to do. View Portfolio
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More than six years experience as a Graphic Designer with Flash and Fireworks animation, posters, banners, CD’s, large scale booth graphics, developed the design for User Interface programs, advertising campaigns, PowerPoint presentations and website design for high profile companies.
Adobe Suite: Fireworks, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Flash, Audition, Acrobat Pro,
Office 2000-2010: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, One Note
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OSX, Fedora 16
Frameworks: Bootstrap, Wordpress
United States Army, Army National Guard, NFL Network, Sony Bluray, National Park Services, CEVO, KBR, HostGator.com, ParadigmSRP, PingPulse.net & BaseKit
just a little bit about me
From a small age I was always playing on the computer, designing and drawing and even went to College Art courses with my mom. I knew that one day I wanted to use my talent in the Graphic Design/ Multimedia field. I first started with Adobe Photoshop 3.0 and taught myself a lot that I have learned. I knew I wouldn’t be able to attend college so I did the next best thing and joined the United States Army at age 18. I served our country, but after a short time I knew I had to open a new chapter in my life.
In 2006 I was given an opportunity to use my talent at Brightline and worked on numerous of contracts such as Bluray, NFL and the United States Army just to name a few. I am very dedicated to my designs and make sure that the final result is perfect! I am often called a perfectionist, but I take pride in my work and want the end result to WOW the eye. I look forward to hearing each and every one of you!
My favorite works over the years
How may I help your dream come true?
I am always looking for new and challenging work. So please do not hesitate to shoot me a line.