Adam, what makes you so special?

There is nothing that grinds my gears more than people who talk, and talk, and talk some more about themselves. Let me see if I can do this quick and to the point.

I have been in the game for a long time. Art and design have always been my passion since I was a young lad. I started out my journey as a designer at an Anheuser-Busch distributor. For 11 years I had the opportunity to work with some of the most talented graphic artists in the business. It was a great experience and an amazing way to polish my skills.

I decided to go back to school at Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa to learn and unlearn all the habits I created over that long period of time. It was one of the hardest, longest, most stressful, “why the hell am I a designer” experiences I ever had, and I would not change a thing. My teacher was a hard ass that pushed the limits of my patience and abilities. I would be lying to you if I said I did not want to choke him out from time to time. Thankfully I did not and he gave me the skills and the confidence I needed to be where I am at today.

After graduation with a B.A. in graphic design I worked at 2 design firms in the tri-state area. They both gave me the skills I needed to eventually branch out on my own. I have seen it and done it all kids. I have dealt with all types of people, all kinds of jobs, and am confident I can deliver whatever it is you are looking for. 

See, that was not so bad was it? I am brutally honest to a fault and will tell you like it is. I am finally living the dream job I always wanted. Working for ME, MYSELF, AND I. I love what I do and my work reflects that. I will not quit until you are absolutely satisfied with the product I deliver. That is of course you do not have just terribly, awful ideas. ;) I kid, because I love. 

if you are not looking for some incredible design work we could at least be chums and drinking buddies. 


-Adam E. Zalaznik