Design has always been apart of me in some shape or form. Ever since I could remember the creative arts have flowed through my veins – first of out necessity – now a trained skill.

I’ve manged to craft this love for design into a profession and have been blessed to do so for the past 9 years.

I currently work as in-house graphic and web designer for the Community Foundation of Northwest Indiana, Inc. I also freelance under the alias Miracletwentyone. And in the fall of 2011, I’ll continue my love for teaching as an adjunct professor at Valparaiso University.

I have many side projects like 13lisas, greytown creations, Insight Design Conference and run a blog where I post design related matter and updates regarding my career. I love photography and video but only as a hobby and strive to push myself to try new things.

I have a deep love for branding and designing for “the bigger picture” of a company or organization. My strengths are in listening to what my clients and/or project need and finding the right design solution.


3 thoughts on “About

  1. Nice website, your work looks great!! I think you should mention your devoted supportive loving wife a little more in your about me section though…just a thought. Love you

  2. So happy to have been given your site information. What an AWESOME job you do and such an inspiration! I think I may be interested in being one of your future students for photoshop…as I have never taken a photography or photo editing course and would love to learn more about Photoshop and the tools I could use to enhance our work. Keep up the great work and God Bless you. ~Julie~

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