Rebecca Jane Woolbright

I have had an undying fascination with Adobe since I first opened the program to learn how to make repeat patterns. This fascination has led to an ability to create art for myself and other people. I feel lucky to be able to design graphics that people love, appreciate and add value to their personal businesses and lives.

Doing graphic design work has led me to believe I may have finally figured out what I want to be when I grow up! I am a creator, a doer, and a go-out-and-get-er-done-kind-of-gal. Graphic design gives me deadlines ( which I love), a creative prompt ( which I find exciting), and makes me keep learning ( which keeps me from getting ordinary)!

Working as a graphic designer started when I learned about surface pattern design. After taking numerous online classes for hours, the repeat pattern finally came to make sense and the rest was history. A friend on island suggested that I work with her on a resort sign project, which proved I knew a little more than I was giving myself credit for and the job was a success. 

At this point, I don't see any limit to the graphics I will create, there are hundreds of possibilities on the horizon!