My name is Neil, I have been doing visual communications for over 25 years. I started my career as a photographer shooting annual reports and magazine / editorial assignments. I was the university photographer for George Mason University for 10 years which allowed me to photograph everything from executive portraits of the University President and his staff to University sporting events.
While at George Mason, I began my transition from photography to graphic design/multimedia when I earned my Masters Degree in Visual Information Technology. After graduation I worked at America Online as a Photo-Editor where I worked on the 2002 Winter Olympics and other Photo-Editing assignments.
I made my complete transition to the graphics industry in 2005 when I worked at a small government contracting business as the company’s graphic designer. Thus began my career as a graphics professional within the Defense Industry. Thus far I have worked for several Government and Defense Agencies creating branding for computer based training, web sites, WordPress blogs, posters, brochures, business cards just mention a few.
In addition to my career and a graphics professional I also teach graphic design classes at DeVry University.
In the coming weeks and months I look forward to working with those looking to learn new skills or brush up on old ones.
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