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My graphic design career started on active duty with the U.S. Air Force which was both a blessing and a curse. Because it was my full time job, I unknowingly spent most of my adult life stifling my creativity. As my time with the U.S. Air Force drew to an end, I drifted further and further from the art of design. … Read More
My graphic design career started on active duty with the U.S. Air Force which was both a blessing and a curse. Because it was my full time job, I unknowingly spent most of my adult life stifling my creativity. As my time with the U.S. Air Force drew to an end, I drifted further and further from the art of design. Even though it came naturally, and has always been a part of me, I never fed my creative side off-duty or mingled with other artists in a creative way.

A few years ago, I accepted a high-paying administrative job with the U.S. Army. The money was nice, but the job was extremely draining on me. In 2012, I accidentally fell into a few freelance jobs, thanks to my husband, who happens to be my number one fan. My creative self was starving and I eagerly jumped back into design. It was obvious at that point what was missing and ever since I've been designing again. I realize now I was born with the gift of creative talent and it would be a shame not to share it. Last December, I traded my Army job for self-employment. My creativity is now unleashed and I'm ready to create! Read Less
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  • Active Duty Graphic Designer/ Photographer
    United States Air Force // USA
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