As a freelance graphic designer, I strive on creating the best possible solution for your business while meeting your goals. Whether it’s creating a logo or brand, or creating designs for your t-shirt line we can work together and come up with the best designs for you.


  • Branding & Identity : Logos, Branding, Stationery, Business cards
  • Lettering : Custom Hand Lettering
  • Illustrations : Posters, Album Cover, Graphics, Icons
  • Print Design : Marketing Materials, T-shirt, Menus
  • Graphic Design : Packaging, Posters
  • Web Design : HTML & CSS, WordPress, front-end development

My Design Process

Each client has different needs and my process is tailored to suit the clients need. But there’s a general process that I use to unsure that things run smoothly and that you enjoy our time working together.


    The discovery phase is the learning stage, getting to know what it is that you want to accomplish. Once all the information is collected, I give you a quote and once everything is agreed upon and signed off on a deposit is then made before going onto the next step.


    At this stage I start to collect inspiration for your project. Doing research, brainstorming Ideas and coming up with rough sketches or thumbnail sketches. This stage is important for me to transition into the next phase of my process.


    Once I collect all the inspiration I need, I then start to create cleaner sketches. This is where any changes that needs to be made will happen. Once the concepts are agreed upon then I then start designing on my computer. Your designs start to come alive here.


    This phase is to make sure the design is 100% what you want, this is where the finals changes are made. Everything that is agreed upon here is what will be delivered. All final concepts are ready to be presented to the client after any revisions.


    The final stage your files are prepared and ready to be delivered. Once everything is signed off on your files will be handed over to you. This may be logo files, design packages or a website.