Adrienne first dipped her toes into the world of design in high school, where she spent countless hours in her school’s Mac lab photoshopping pictures of her friends and cute puppies. While she found that entertaining, she initially set off to college with the intention of graduating with a Biology degree. Luckily for us, she quickly realized that it wasn’t for her—and she became aware of the fact that her love for graphic design could translate into a successful and fulfilling career. Ultimately, she graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from the University of South Carolina, and the rest is history.
To be so young, Adrienne has already worked with a number of major, global brands—think the likes of Verizon and Denny’s. She provided them with thoughtful and intentional design work, even winning a Gold Addy award for her efforts with Minor League Baseball team Greenville Drive. She describes herself as a perfectionist with a passion for building, tweaking, and repairing things to make them better than they were before. She says, “These characteristics, along with a high regard for overall integrity, are strong drivers in the quality of work that I produce.” She’s also just overall a sucker for beautiful branding and thoughtful details.
In her free time, you can find Adrienne and her husband chasing after their energetic toddler, Stone—that is, when they’re not busying themselves with home improvement projects. Want to get on her good side? Surprise her with her snack of choice, salsa—the spicier the better!
Her first job out of college was working for everyone’s grandparent’s favorite seed catalog company, Park Seed.
She has a strong aversion to microwaves. You won’t find one in her house.