I specialize the graphic design arena, with an emphasis on web and app design. I also offer DSLR video production and editing. I am experienced working remotely on a contract basis and comfortable with multiple online collaboration applications.
Wrayco Design LLC is the business through which I pipe my graphic and web design projects.
I work on a Mac for most design projects, and a PC for video editing. I am well-versed in the Adobe Creative Suite and can create just about anything you need for online media and print. I have a Canon 7D and 70D for still photography and video.
Most projects follow a similar trajectory to completion:
I quote most web-related jobs on an hourly basis, but can offer a fixed price for certain design projects. My rates are competitive for the Los Angeles marketplace.
My work is posted on Adobe Portfolio, Behance and Instagram. Please contact me if you would like to see what I am currently working on.
Latest single-page website (hand-coded): Melinda Sullivan
To see samples of past logos and graphic design work (and some illustration), visit My Portfolio Site Page.
Or, keep up with my (almost) daily illustrations on Instagram. Follow me: @nanwray
BA in Communication (print journalism)—California State University, Fullerton, 1988. I worked as a reporter on the college newspaper, The Daily Titan, and later worked for the Saddleback Valley News in Mission Viejo, CA, where I earned two writing awards, and the Daily Pilot in Costa Mesa, CA.
BA in Graphic Design (motion emphasis)—Art Center College of Design, Pasadena California. 2000. I graduated with honors and placed in an international poster composition. I later set-up a small studio and work remotely on both short and long-term projects from Monrovia, CA.
Basic Income Earth Network—I am on the Executive Committe as a Communications Coordinator for the Basic Income Earth Network, which is primarily a news resource for Basic Income-related stories around the world. I believe that rapid changes in the workforce will soon make the idea of basic income hard to ignore.
United Hope for Animals—I have been involved with fostering and networking homeless pets for many years. At various times I have served as photographer, videographer, dog handler, and whatever comes up. United Hope for Animals is a passionate group of volunteers that work tirelessly at LA shelters find adopters for homeless animals at risk of euthanasia in Southern California.
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I work remotely on a contract or part-time basis, and pride myself on going the extra mile.
The best time to reach me is between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. PST, 7 days a week.
Call 626-537-9729 or send an email.