Erin built her career in Washington D.C., from small studios—Franek Design Associates and The Design Channel to large agencies—Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide and MHI Communications. Clients, projects, budgets, and requirements always varied, but the importance of strategy and quality, as well as clear communication and an efficient process, continues to inform her practice today.
Erin graduated magna cum laude from the University of Michigan, and hopes to get back to Ann Arbor more often now that she’s in Chicago. She can be found chasing her two-under-three girls, Nora and Evelyn and their ‘Chicago Brown Dog’, Roxie.
Watch the big picture and manage all the moving parts?
Deliver a strategic, tailored and dynamic reflection of your company in a logo?
Create a comprehensive representation of your brand
Brochures, Fact Sheets, Invitations, White Papers, Posters, Advertising?
D. All of the above.
Inform, excite or compel your employees to action?
Present clear and accurate financial data in a dynamic way?
On the double.
We’ve worked in a number of support and advisory capacities
to help companies reach their goals.
Landing somewhere in the “none of the above” category?
How'd we do?
In the craziness of the last several weeks, I neglected to thank you for jumping in to help us with our Annual Review. Your design was sharp and sophisticated and the experience of working with you couldn't have been better. I truly can't thank you enough for pulling us out of a very tight spot.Read more
Erin is a trusted creative partner I have had the pleasure of working with for over the past 15 years. Erin gets it. She asks the right questions driven by her own passion and curiosity. I can always count on Erin to come through with sophisticated and meaningful solutions that produce results!Read more
Erin has been my go-to designer for years now and honestly has become a part of our team. She understands my clients and my industry on a level that allows me to comfortably come to her with virtually any project, from small, one-off eblasts to full internal communications campaigns that require a design element. I can, and do, use and Continue ReadingRead more