Hello I’m Audrey, a graphic designer, web developer, marketing enthusiast and instrument hoarder from Calgary, Alberta.

My passions in life are creating and learning, and in the field of graphic design I have found a niche where I have the opportunity to continually expand on both. I have a master’s degree in philosophy, which has greatly shaped how I approach my work. At its core, philosophy is about reducing complex ideas into their simple parts, and building up from there with a greater understanding of the whole. Similarly with my designs, I try to ensure that complex ideas can be understood through the visuals that I present. Being able to simultaneously achieve both is why I consider myself to be a visual strategist, rather than simply a graphic designer. I have always been drawn to creative pursuits; I began playing the piano at the age of 5, and later moved to the trumpet (among other instruments), and have been a member and administrator of a creative writing community for the past 5 years. Though art has not always come naturally to me, the wealth of online Photoshop tutorials provided the support I needed to keep my skills gradually increasing when I was younger.

I have worked semi-professionally with Photoshop for over 12 years, and professionally for over 8 years. In that time I have designed everything from posters and postcards, jackets and saddle-pads for equestrian sports, to Dungeon & Dragon character designs, map templates, and game icons. If you think you’d like to work with me on a project, I’d love to hear from you!

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Hello I’m Audrey, a graphic designer, web developer, marketing enthusiast and instrument hoarder from Calgary, Alberta.

My passions in life are creating and learning, and in the field of graphic design I have found a niche where I have the opportunity to continually expand on both. I have a master’s degree in philosophy, which has greatly shaped how I approach my work. At its core, philosophy is about reducing complex ideas into their simple parts, and building up from there with a greater understanding of the whole. Similarly with my designs, I try to ensure that complex ideas can be understood through the visuals that I present. Being able to simultaneously achieve both is why I consider myself to be a visual strategist, rather than simply a graphic designer. I have always been drawn to creative pursuits; I began playing the piano at the age of 5, and later moved to the trumpet (among other instruments), and have

been a member and administrator of a creative writing community for the past 5 years. Though art has not always come naturally to me, the wealth of online Photoshop tutorials provided the support I needed to keep my skills gradually increasing when I was younger. I have worked semi-professionally with Photoshop for over 12 years, and professionally for over 8 years. In that time I have designed everything from posters and postcards, jackets and saddle-pads for equestrian sports, to Dungeon & Dragon character designs, map templates, and game icons. If you think you’d like to work with me on a project, I’d love to hear from you!

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