BEING DIFFERENT ISN'T SO BAD...
I'm just an out the box creative, and I like it...a lot!
My journey began in 1999 when she joined the Air Force as a Visual Information Specialist. I learned that not only did I have a nack for graphic design but a love for it as well. Starting my freelance career while still serving in the military, I soon started helping small businesses and organizations by creating event and promotional flyers. My first clients were the Alpha Phi Alpha Inc. and other NPHC fraternities and sororities at the University of Las Vegas, and that gave the love of the hustle. After being transferred to the D.C. area in 2003, I continued my military career working in the Pentagon and also began to make my name known in Chocolate City. By working with various lounges, promoters, DJays and comedians in the area such as Party Boyz DMV, DJ Money who has also DJ'd for Wale, Tommy Taylor Jr. actor and comedian seen on HBO's Veep and famous comedian Tony Rock.
I'm just here to give you something a little different, a little more bold, something to make the people say, "Wow, I never thought of that."
During my 15 years living in DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia, I have built long term relationships with various businesses and has transformed their visual identity helping their business grow. I've worked with non-profit organizations such as Beauty Time and The Real Shop Talk, youth mentoring programs based in Manassas, VA. I've designed campaign art work for community leaders. My creative skills were used to create dynamic informational art work for Wendy Morton-Huddleston the AGA National President, and has also designed book covers for three published authors. My wide range of talent has enabled me to work in the government sector, entertainment sector and small business.
I have gladly dedicated myself to helping others manifest their dreams into a visual and tangible entity. As my arsenal of creativity grows, I will continue to thrive to put smiles on faces through hard work, art and color.