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Senior Art Director

Great design starts by understanding what your clients’ goals are so that’s where Nickie starts. Every time. No short cuts. Getting to the heart of her clients’ needs and representing their brands with integrity and clarity is what keeps Nickie passionate and motivated in her work. And it keeps her clients coming back.

Nickie has been honing her graphic design skills for decades. Her success is a combination of her skill, her experience and her process. She asks a lot of questions and works hard to understand the brand before she ever puts pen to paper or mouse to screen. She has worked in both corporate and agency settings, as well as many years as a freelance designer, enabling her to collaborate well with a team of creatives or take control of a project from start to finish.

Her extensive design experience ranges from magazines, retail, and travel catalogs to print ads, websites and e-blast campaigns. Her national client list includes Yahoo, Harrah’s Entertainment, Sportif USA, Porsche, SonicWall, Oracle, and HP.

When she is not turning her clients’ vision to reality, Nickie can be found hiking in the foothills around her northern California home and spending time with her family and friends.

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