and how she designed some graphics
Stephanie joined the DGC in late 2014 and has been designing graphics for the film and television industry ever since. A Toronto native, she has a background in film school and visual art. In addition to her digital design skills (using Illustrator and Photoshop), she has also had the pleasure of utilizing her fine motor skills to create sketched, painted, or inked illustrations and calligraphy for several film and television productions. Her other strengths include employing research to create believable and realistic looking graphics, as well as historically accurate ones when that applies. She takes pride in immersing herself in, and then channeling whatever specific style or styles of art or design a project demands in her work.
Stephanie would like to become a Production Designer, but finds a lot of satisfaction in working as a graphic designer, and really wouldn’t object to continuing in her present line of work for a little while, or even a longer while. She is passionate about both film and graphic design, and is happiest spending her days surrounded by likeminded creative people.
Stephanie does not have a tendency to talk about herself in the third person, but was advised that writing her biography in this style was the professional way to go.