Monthly Archives: April 2012

Clay Lowe

My skill set is as diverse as the projects. I have photographed art, architecture and people used in campaigns, exhibitions and publications. I specialize in identity design, advertising design, product development, creative direction and typography.

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Illustrating the Feminine

Since I was a child, I’ve always had an inclination for the arts, especially drawing. I suppose I ended up choosing illustration because it felt more practical to me, there seemed to be more job opportunities directly out of university … Continue reading

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A Career That’s Jellyfish Friendly

For the past twelve years I’ve run my own solo design studio, jellyfish design. My main focus is print and web design.  I operate it out of a home-based studio, so I’m one of those lucky individuals who can occasionally … Continue reading

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Lessons from the School of Design

I’m glad that I chose design as my career for its flexibility, its challenge, and its constant room for growth and diversity. As a family-oriented woman, I loved the idea of being able to work from home as much or … Continue reading

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Aiming at Aimee

I was always a creative person, and I was really unsure of where that left me in the real world. When I was in high school I was inspired by Picasso and Salvador Dali. The abstraction and surrealism always held … Continue reading

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