You’re head and shoulders above your competition . . .
but does your marketing deliver that message?
I will work with you to ensure your first impression
is the best impression.
My first job after school was working as a layout artist at the Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, OR. The year was 1977–now almost 40-years later and I am still working in printing and publishing.
After high school graduation, I enlisted in the USN and served 10-years as a Navy Journalist, first as a radio and television specialist overseas, than as a Photojournalist after transferring back to CONUS (Navy talk for Continental United States.) I finished up my enlistment homeported in Washington, DC while traveling around the world shooting photographs and writing stories for the Navy. I know. Rough job, right?
I moved away from shooting and writing and into the world of printing and designing on a computer. I also moved back the Pacific Northwest. I honed both my technical and creative skills working at printers, color houses and an ad agency. In the thick of production during the emergence of Photoshop as professional photo editing tool, I spent hundreds of hours editing and manipulating images.
In 2010, I took note of the fact that if I ever wanted to live my dream of being a freelance graphic designer, I needed to do it and not just dream about it.
LynnJ Graphics was born and now I look forward to working with you to help you reach your goals.
Mark–Gleason & Assoc.
“I’ve worked with Lynn on a number of projects. She’s always provided me great design insight and the quality of a finish product is first rate. I’d happily recommend her on other projects. In fact, intend to use her again for another project in the very near future.:
“Very responsive to customer needs and excellent work”
Jenni–Alaska Bearing Sea Crabbers
“Lynn’s easy to work with and does very high quality work! I look forward to working with her again on future projects. She does and excellent job of listening and communicating. These characteristics are key to having a project done well and in a timely manner.”