Beth Morgan: Graphic / Web Designer

bethBeth Morgan is a multifaceted graphic designer who has been helping people visually communicate their message for over 10 years. She has taken her talents for creativity, technology integration and organization to create graphic design departments from scratch for companies that did not have one and help companies cross over into new technology. She has worked with Nobel Prize winners, rocket scientists, veterinarians, doctors, administrators, entrepreneurs and just plain folks. Beth believes that form follows function, everyone brings something different to the table, and if we don’t know where we’ve come from, then we don’t know where we’re going.

Most recently as the graphic designer for J Pamela Photography, a high-end photography studio in Houston, Texas, Beth designed all of J Pamela’s marketing collateral to target various audiences. When the company switched from film to digital, she integrated a camera raw to final print work flow. She designed all the content for the website; including maintaining the security of over 2000 online images. Beth collaborated on the images for a regional cookbook, Settings Sunrise to Sunset. Four of the images won awards from the Professional Photographers Guild of Houston.

Previously, Beth has brought energy and creativity to a new business by providing concept, design, and branding of marketing collateral for business to business (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C) clients. As the senior graphic designer her clients included Barnes & Noble, RE/MAX Realty, Chicago Title, Space Center Rotary, Houston Lifestyle Magazine, Living Magazine, Change Magazine, and the University of Houston Clear Lake. Her creativity extends beyond the art board by finding innovative ways to reach target audiences.

Beth began her career as a photographer where she photographed on location and in the studio everything from fish to elephants to people. She holds a BS in Photojournalism from the University of North Texas and has done extensive graduate work in public relations and marketing at UNT. She is a member of NAPP, the National Association of Photoshop Professionals.


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