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    Indie Danielle Creative is the solo venture of freelance graphic designer and photographer, Indie "Danielle" Harris Jones.

    With well over five-years of professional design experience and a solid fine arts education (BFA, Savannah College of Art and Design), Danielle has had the pleasure of designing everything from logos and identity packages to booth displays and exhibit graphics, advertisements and collateral to direct mail and promotional materials, and marketing campaigns to web graphics. Working in both agency and in-house environments, Danielle is a well-rounded designer who always works hard with a smile!

    In addition to her passion for all things design, Danielle loves spending time on her other obsession – photography! Capturing every day life, special events, candid shots and portraits are a few of her specialties. Don't be surprised if Danielle is carrying a camera when you meet her – she takes it with her wherever she goes.

    Indie Danielle Creative is open for business and is looking for new clients and design challenges!

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  • Likes
    the ocean, the mountains, traveling, learning, eating, music, food, technology, her sweet pups, all things design-related, darkroom printing, DIY, halloween, crafty-cool creations, pottery, the smell of rain, ice cream, elvis and vintage, classic & toy cameras.

    unemployment, chain restaurants, phonies, dishonesty, poor grammar, dry hands, not having enough book shelves, brussels sprouts, turn signals left on, office politics, awkward silences, unfinished craft projects, wipers squeaking on a dry windshield and a nervous stomach.

    Danielle wants to learn more about
    metal-smithing, web development, advanced printmaking, organic farming, sewing, ceramics, film & animation, architecture, strobism, art history.

    Frequently asked questions
    Question 1) Is your name really Indie?
    Answer: Although I tend to go by my middle name more than my first – yes, it's on my birth certificate! It's a family name – my mother's name as well as my great-grandmother's name, and no one really knows where the name came from but I like it! It's definitely unique.

    Question 2) Is that your natural hair color?
    Answer: Of course! Just take a look at my mom and you will no longer have any doubt!