Hi. I'm Lyz.

They say that your job shouldn’t define who you are, but graphic design and creativity is a huge part of who I am...it’s my passion.

I have a BFA in Visual Communications with a Concentration in Graphic Design and a Minor in Psychology from Endicott College in Beverly, MA. I currently reside in my beautiful hometown of Rutland, Vermont. I began my career in 2006 in the ad design department at a local newspaper, the Rutland Herald, where I worked for 8 years. Here I gained a wide depth of knowledge for the needs of all types of businesses, how to meet their tight deadlines, and how to adapt to a variety of situations.

In 2010, while simultaneously working at the paper, I slowly began finding clients for my own design business. While that continued to grow, I left the paper to work even closer with small businesses as the Marketing Coordinator at the Downtown Rutland Partnership, where I stayed for over two years. In this role, through effective visuals and campaigns, I learned how to market not just one business, but all of the businesses and events that make downtown Rutland special.

At the end of 2016, I decided it was time to expand my design business and pursue it full-time. I'm so excited to use my passion to help people look their best and successfully communicate their ideas to the world.

If you think we may work well together, check out my services or shoot me a message.

Fun Facts:

  • In 2011 I co-created a logo for a fundraising campaign called I Am Vermont Strong. It went viral and in the process helped raise thousands of dollars for hurricane relief efforts. Today, the graphic serves as a representation of the resiliency of the small, but mighty, state of Vermont.

  • Ever since I was a little girl I was drawn (pun intended) to art and design. From my brief dream of becoming a high-end fashion designer in 4th grade to more realistic 6th grade dreams of becoming an architect (too much math!), I knew I’d end up in a creative line of work.