Robert is a senior graphic artist and web specialist with over 20 years of experience creating and coordinating a wide range of creative solutions – from annual reports for Fortune 500 companies to online advertisements for small start-ups. Combining a down-to-earth attitude with the desire to support firm growth, Robert is a skilled art designer for online and people-focused creative. He helped grow his former agency’s graphic design division from its creative infancy into its largest revenue stream. He is known for:
Explorative Design. By keeping up with the latest design trends and leaning on his 20+ years of experience, Robert offers fresh ideas that are built on a foundation of what works. He often relies on clearing his mind by biking or running to look at large projects from a new perspective.
Pushing the Envelope. When it comes to design, there is a line between guiding someone outside of their comfort zone and shoving them. That’s why you need a graphic designer who takes the time to explain a new concept. Enter Robert. Calm and patient, he walks you through design projects so you’re comfortable with the final product.
Brand Development. Robert excels at developing a firm’s brand, taking it from good to great. He listens to what you envision, and then figures out the best way to exceed your expectations. Whether it’s an annual report designed to inform stakeholders or a new website designed to bring in leads, Robert is bound to impress.
Robert and his daughter enjoy spending time together, whether it’s fishing or shopping for new clothes. An outdoor enthusiast, Robert also likes biking, running and snowshoeing.
Expect a grounded designer who has evolved with the industry to listen carefully and concept strategically within a creative team.
Saint Paul College, Associate’s Degree in Graphic Design
20+ years of graphic design
What is something you do today that would be unrecognizable to you five years ago? Playing video games in VR!
Which actor would play you in a movie? Mark Wahlberg
As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? An astronaut or the fifth member of Kiss.
What was your first job? I was a busboy at the old Hafners restaurant in St. Paul.
If you were not in your current career field, which field would you be in and why? My daughter always tells me I would be a great art teacher.