Stephenie Walker is a Graphic designer specializing in Museums and non-profits, who can work holistically to meet any client's marketing or outreach needs.
BFA Graphic Design & Illustration, Minor Art History (Missouri State University)
MA Museum Studies (The Cooperstown Graduate Program, SUNY Oneonta)
Over ten years experience working with many institutions such as: The Iroquois Indian Museum, The Marine Museum in Fall River, Battleship Cove, Blackstone River Valley Heritage Center, The Audubon Society, and many more!
What's the difference?
In short, the process. I create a personalized approach to working with you. After the initial consultation we go through a visual quiz. It helps clients like you understand what art style matches the project and informs you on what competitors are doing. Do you want to emulate their style or stand out from the competition? Let's find out. Everything from project deadlines to stages of work and editing will be laid out in black and white (see sample contract here). The final product is delivered with all the files you need to make your mark.
Why Red Diamond Shapes?
In design, nothing is an accident. Every color and every line is a choice the designer makes to convey a message. I want my business to reflect my tribe as well as myself. Red is my favorite color, and I'm a registered member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. The most common symbols in traditional Choctaw culture are the full diamond and half-diamond shapes which pay homage and respect to nature.
Read more about them on the Choctaw Nation website here.