This photo was taken to promote the beauty and personal styling on the oh-so-talented Judith D'Andrea, at www.judithdandrea.com  

Photo credit: the awe-inspiring Natalie Napoleon Wi on Facebook, www.facebook.com/allurewest

Visual communication is key

My parents tell me it was apparent at age 4 that I had a unique vision and looked at the world differently than most. Visual communication is part of my DNA, and I can not write sentences without drawing pictures with my words. Looking as the world this way can sometimes be a burden, but most often it is a joy and a gift. The visual cues for design are our way of conveying who we are, and what we are about. My job is to help clients deliver their message with effective clarity and beauty. The bottom line is to inspire a viewer to react positively and connect immediately with your business. 

I am a graduate of Temple's Tyler School of Art. I am fluent in Photoshop, InDesign, Quark, and Illustrator. My favorite projects are logo designs. I have a gift for organizing print information to create beautiful informative small projects such as brochures, and the visionary ability necessary for large projects such as trade-show panels.  I've *earned my chops* at a magazine publishing company and then a busy Jenkintown PA graphic design studio before launching into being freelance designer and mosaic maker. The opportunity to work from home has been a joy and privilege. 

My designs have won awards, but my biggest thrill is to solve problems, make my clients stand out from their competitors, and do work I am proud of. I love what I do, and I think it shows.  

 

For more information, contact pat@psingerart.com, or call 267.210.7385