Graphic & User Interface Design


User Interface and Graphic Designer currently living in Richmond Virginia

I have always considered myself a visual artist and in 2006 I made it official by starting my career in Graphic Design. This means I have over 10 years experience in Graphic Design, User Interface Design, and eLearning Production. In my current position I have had the privilege of working on projects for numerous clients ranging from the amusement park industry in Orlando, Florida and Anaheim, California, the U.S. Navy, to the hospitality industry including a project for Hilton Worldwide that received Gold in the 2016 Brandon-Hall Excellence Awards.


I received my Associate’s Degree from Seminole State College of Florida in 2006. I am passionate about design that is both esthetic and functional. I believe that good design is equal parts having a good eye and being able to problem solve. That is why I am passionate about working in User Interface Design.


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Over ten years of experience, I have worked on numerous projects for clients ranging from the amusement park industry in Orlando and Anaheim California to the hospitality industry.




My primary focus for over ten years has been User Interface Design as well as course production. I have also worked on numerous branding, print, and marketing projects.

To be able to deliver top of the line product, I have developed a strong work ethic, organization skills, and time management skills.

I am most skilled in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, and Captivate.


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I am looking forward to hearing from you. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or opportunities you may have. I do freelance from time to time if my current workload can bare it. Here are the best ways to reach me.

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