At Adidas I focused on creating product images through compositing photographs, changing colors and adding new graphics on almost any type of wearable garment. When not doing that I worked on creating product focused catalog pages.
I handled a wide range of design while at Red Frog Events. My day would switch between print ad design, merchandise design, email design and development for the many different brands associated with Red Frog Events. This environment was great for keeping my design skills agile and ready for something new.
While working as a designer at TourDesign Creative I was immersed in the fast-paced world of the entertainment industry. I designed and created 168 concert posters for use on large-scale music and entertainment tours. My concepts were used for the entire tour branding both nationally and internationally.
I've always been a creative person and love solving problems that is what lead me to be a Graphic & Web Designer. Through my five-year career I have gotten exposed to a little bit
of everything and I love it. I'm at home in fast paced environments and adapt quickly to new challenges.
As of late I have been working on various freelance projects and honing my front-end development skills. Learning to bridge the gap between my design and the finished digital product is a goal I strive towards.
(That's Stanley he likes to help.)