The creative is the place where no one else has ever been. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition.
— Alan Alda

I'm the Hunter of Design, and here's my story:

I'm a Washington State native, and I've been an artist since I was old enough to be trusted with crayons and pencils.  I continued drawing and painting, and began using digital media until I unknowingly discovered my calling in Graphic Design.

After graduating high school I enrolled at the Art Institute of Seattle, majoring in Graphic Design and earning a Bachelors in Fine Arts. Seattle was a great place for me to sink my teeth into the industry and hone my creativity into a design process, but my love for the Great Outdoors and thirst for adventure led me to Wenatchee, WA. where I worked for nearly 5 years at Blind Renaissance Inc. as senior graphic designer. I worked on a wide variety of project types like wine labels, produce packaging, and powerful websites for multiple industries.

These days I've moved back to Western Washington to fully focus on Hunter of Design, providing logos, websites, print, packaging, and just about everything you could think of that needs an artistic eye and serious pixel-pushing skills.

I also host a weekly podcast on the Firearms Radio Network called the Gun & Gear Review Podcast where I talk about new products and rate gear based on personal experience. I also provide art direction for both the FRN, Firearms Insider and associated podcasts.

In May of 2015 I also co-launched Patriot Patch Co., a custom PVC morale patch company that sells Pro-Gun products. Each design comes from my studio and it wearable on velcro panels of hats, jackets, range bags, and more.

Thats my story... so far!