Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Rich and Glamorous Life of a Marketing Strategist

Ever since I was young, I wanted to be an artist. I loved drawing and making things, so artist it was. I was a good student, definitely leaning toward English and social studies, but held my own in math and science with a little studying. Art was discontinued in my school because of budget cuts […]

Ignite Your Creativity

Office Managers can be creative, too My idea of creative writing these days is to simply jot down a reminder or start a grocery list. Anything that involves more than that cramps up my fingers and hands. Ugh, arthritis. But, being surrounded by artists all day brings back memories. I remember times in my life […]

A Designer’s Life – The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Illustrator, graphic designer, handyman, father and husband. At age 32, it seems as though I’ve done it all and seen it all. I’m what some call an “expert level designer.” At least that’s what I check on those day-long Photoshop seminar questionnaire forms. Yet, it doesn’t take long at one of those events – in […]

The Life of a Gaslight Intern

First of all, I am going to start off by stating I am by far the most uncreative person here at Gaslight Creative (but I have been known to draw a mean Gene Simmons every once in a while), and I’m willing to admit I prefer Microsoft Paint over Photoshop and InDesign. I am a […]