I’m a graphic designer who creates and develops websites, marks up pages, specifies typography, prepares pre-press, illustrates, creates logos and writes.
My background is in print advertising and newspaper design. I’ve done book covers, brochures, flyers and more posters and logos than I can count. I’ve also worked as a freelance illustrator for magazines like Time, Macleans and Readers’ Digest.
For the last eight years, I’ve been designing websites, usually from the ground up – building wireframes and writing code. But recently I’ve been using WordPress because with a little training, clients can make changes to the site themselves. I use templates configured to fit their particular style and message.
I’ve built small personal and business websites as well as monster sites – though if you’re IBM I’m probably not the designer you want. And (full disclosure) I’m not really into grunge, but I’m happy to take just about any other graphic design project.
I’ve also done my fair share of writing for newspapers and magazines, so you can count on me to spot the grammar and spelling mistakes that inevitably crop up. In a pinch, I’ll even write the stuff myself.
This is the homepage for the Women's Art Association of Canada.