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I also love: Photographing my travel, family, and food adventures, home style DIY (Author of the U.S. Foreign Service design style blog, Adaptation House), Letterpress printing, drinking triple-shot lattes, reading, and wrapping all of the presents.
This institution needed a visual identity to reflect its 100 years of academic excellence
If you’re seeking an enthusiastic, assertive, and talented graphic designer in the Buffalo, New York area – look no further. Estimates are always free and I love to talk shop.
I’m a returned Buffalo native. My family and I are back from adventures abroad (Baku, Azerbaijan) and living in New York, NY, and Washington, D.C. for work opportunities. We’re happy to be raising our boys to love the Bills, the snow, and the big family parties.
My work experience includes time within some small NYC studios, a medium-sized advertising agency in Syracuse and one gigantic corporation in Cleveland. If you’d like to know more about my background, download my resume, or read what clients and co-workers have said about me, visit my LinkedIn profile.
“Elizabeth is great to work with and my future GD projects will include her. Campaigns were delivered professionally and on-time, with overwhelmingly positive feedback. Creative and practical goals were exceeded.”
Brian Turton, AM | PM | GM | Consulting
“It has now been six years since we started working together. Her approach to design and visual strategy has been a perfect fit for us. An outstanding and talented graphic designer, Elizabeth has contributed to numerous award-winning Diva Design projects and ALWAYS delivers.”
Susanne Schropp, Design Captain at Diva Design
“Liz is ideally suited for the world of creative business. She is equally creative and collaborative. Her process and sensibilities are finely tuned towards appropriate design solutions.”
Michael Ozan, CEO & Chief Creative Officer, TWIST Creative, Inc.
“All I can say is look at Liz’s work; you won’t see a consistent style, and that’s a good thing. Instead, each piece – from the Tessy Plastics corporate brochure to the Vera House White Ribbon campaign – is different. That’s because Liz immerses herself in the world of her clients and their customers – and produces work that speaks their visual language.”
Lindsay Wilcox, Creative Director at Centermost Marketing