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Hi there, I'm Heather.

I am a graphic + web designer based in Southern California.

I specialize in creative branding solutions, website + digital media design, event marketing, and print design. I have experience working with small businesses, advertising agencies, TV personalities, non-profit organizations, best-selling authors and national brands across a variety of industries. Some of my most notable clients are Azusa Pacific University School of Music, Geo-Logic Associates, CMAA Southern California Chapter, Lyn Lear Productions, Norman Lear, Transformation Ministries, Tahoe Beach Club, San Bernardino County Transportation Authority, and the WTS Inland Empire Chapter.

I am also one of the designers for Go Live, a top website design firm based in Southern California. In working with them, I have had the opportunity to create websites for clients such as Phil Rosenthal, Amber Lilyestrom, Michelle Money, Archer & Olive, Jennie Allen, Noble Presets, Pursue Whole and many more.

I attended Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California, graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design, and was awarded the Outstanding Senior Award in Graphic Design for the class of 2012. Before starting my own business in 2017, I held Graphic Designer positions at several non- profit organizations, such as Forest Home Christian Camp & Conference Center. I served on the Women Transportation Seminar – Inland Empire Chapter Board as the Graphics Chair for several years. Since relocating back to Southern California after living in Portland, Oregon, I have slowed down my freelance business to journey into motherhood, and join the staff of my local church, Hillside Community Church, as their lead Graphic Designer.

My husband, myself and our young daughter live in Southern California, very close to where I grew up. I love chai tea, sunshine, and a good typography book. Between parenthood, running our businesses and other commitments, we are passionate about serving our community and going on adventures as a family.