Our top designer designed her first professional logo in 1987 ... with a pencil and paper. Ironically, the logo was for a word processing business and featured a graphic of a broken pencil. 20 years later, she still picks up a pencil from time to time (she has a drafting table next to her computer desk), but most of the graphics she creates these days are done on the computer using a variety of programs.
Our top designer began her professional public relations career in 1992. Since then, she has written countless press releases; created dozens of multi-media advertising and marketing campaigns; designed countless block print ads for newspapers and other publications; written hundreds of classified ads; designed countless promotional brochures, flyers, posters, and other materials; written multiple radio scripts; written and directed two television ads; created several PowerPoint presentations; created, re-created, updated, and maintained multiple web sites; written countless promotional letters; coordinated multiple events from winter sports to trade shows to seminars; written, edited, designed, and produced forty-two bi-monthly newsletters, written and designed five annual newsletters; written and designed seven annual reports; sold prints of her own artwork in France, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and all over the United States; and many other marketing, public relations, design, and art related activities.
Our top designer is a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals.