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GRAPHIC DESIGN SERVICES

I specialize in both print & online design and production

  • Responsive Website Design, Development & Maintenance
  • Responsive Content Managed (WordPress) Website Design, Development & Maintenance
  • Branding and Advertising Materials
  • Print Collateral – Brochures, Post cards, Direct Mail, Sales Materials, White Papers
  • Interactive Online Sales and Presentation Materials
  • Abobe Creative Suite, Topaz Labs Photo Apps

Syracuse, New York area companies – I am accepting projects that require high-level design and/or production skills including print collateral and website conversion projects – updating sites to responsive design, updating existing sites to a content managed site (including updating site security).

Professional Services:

I currently work with national and local advertising agencies, marketing communications firms, web development firms and small businesses. 

I’ve worked in advertising and design for quite a few years now… lets just say I started out standing at a drafting table with a t-square, rulers, illustration board and wax, times have changed. Over the years my clients have included Welch Allyn, Lockheed Martin, Terax Hair Care, Epson and more. Projects I have completed include books, magazines, brochures, corporate ID, ads, direct mail, responsive web sites, content managed web sites and more.

I am located in the Syracuse, New York area and work remotely or in-house as needed.

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ORIGINAL ART

In addition to my CreativeAide services I also offer fine art photography services.

I photograph, design and create original images for use in print, book covers and for online use. I specialize in using fine art textures for all my images.

  • Artwork for advertising and print collateral
  • Artwork to accompany online content – blogs, news articles and more

Fine Art Textures?

Fine art textures are used to enhance original artwork through various techniques in an effort to add depth and atmosphere to an image. Photos that incorporate textures are similar to a collage – layers and layers of images are overlaid, opaque areas and semi-transparent areas combine to create a new “texture”. These new textures are then used in combinations to create a new image – in some cases substantially different from the original photo that came out of  the camera. In addition to using textures on my own work I also offer a number of free textures on my Photomelange.com site, after many requests from artists and photographers I began selling commercial use texture packages.