About Me

“Figure out what fuels your joy, then do lots of that.”

— Bob Goff



  • I have 15+ years experience working as a freelance/contract graphic designer for various clients including World Wildlife Fund, Chick-fil-A, Confluence Watersports (Dagger, Perception, Wilderness Systems, Mad River, Adventure Technology, Harmony, Boardworks), Oobe, Oobe Brand, Upward Sports, Wofford College, Furman University, Fierce Creative, Langston-Black Real Estate, Resurgent Capital Services, Ace Hardware, The Southeast Gassers Association, and various businesses, organizations, non-profits, and individuals.
  • I have 5+ years experience as an in-house graphic designer for Upward Sports, the world's largest Christian sports organizer for youth athletics.
  • I work solely on a Mac and use Adobe Creative Suite. 
  • My first love is print design. Most of what I do is logo design, posters, brochures, direct mail pieces, books, flyers, t-shirts, billboards, etc. Back in high school, I started dabbling with creating decals for my dad's '69 Dodge Charger that he raced at the local dirt track on Saturday nights. I guess you could say that was my first gig.
  • I got a BA in Graphic Design from  Anderson University and am forever grateful for those who poured into me during my time there and beyond graduation. 


If you'd like to know some less-techy stuff, here's a little run-down on the visual above...

  • I spent most of my childhood with wheels under me. Sometimes two. Sometimes four. But always, always FAST.
  • I’m married to my most favorite person in the world, Matthew Carter. We have two children spanning a 12-year gap, which is proving to be more fun than we can handle. Scout (16 years) and Charlie (4 years). 
  • We spent a week in Canada and wanted to stay.
  • I drove out to Texas in 2016 to take a sign painting class from one of the greats, Norma Jeanne Maloney. I fell in love with both. I’m still terrible at it, so I drove back out to Texas last November to take another class with another great, Mike Meyer. It was crazy fun and I learned a whole bunch.
  • I've had a couple of sign painting gigs. I still don't have a clue what I'm doing, but I'm madly in love with the art and precision of it all.
  • I was Carl Grimes for Halloween a few years back. Oddly enough, I looked very much like him...and he is a 13-year-old boy. I'm still shaking and scratching my head about that one.

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