What experience do you have as a Graphic Designer?
Aside from my time in Architecture School, I worked as the graphic designer for the McIntire Department of Music. My main responsibilities included creating posters for various ensembles, designing layouts for brochures, and formatting handbills for distribution. I also had the opportunity to create the banners for the department to use on the facade of the campus music hall. 
Since school, I've been working as a freelance graphic designer and a 3D Laser Tag Arena Designer. Media I have designed includes: 3D Models, Architectural Details, Book Covers, Brand Identity, Brochures, Business Cards, Buttons (Wearable), Cards (Christmas, Greeting, Prayer, etc.), Favicons, Floor Plans, Logos, Magazine Layouts, Poster boards, Posters, Profile Pictures, Renderings, Signs, Site Models, Snapchat Filters, Stickers, Study Models, Tattoos, T-Shirts and many more.


Hello and welcome to Leonine Designs!
My name is Sam Eldredge. I am a 26yr old from Virginia with a Bachelors in Architecture and a hankering to help you make that idea floating in your head come to fruition. Let me answer a few questions for you! 

So, why "Leonine?"
Well, Leonine refers to the mighty and majestic Lion. I have always been enthralled with lions due to their beauty, strength, and efficiency. Using those traits as inspiration, I hope to emulate Lions in my work and life by doing the following:

  • Creating strong and beautiful designs

  • Working efficiently in the hunt for the perfect design

  • Nurturing relationships to better understand how people
    think and what they are after

  • Most importantly, maintaining my own mane (beard)

Thus, Leonine Designs.

You have a background in Architecture, how does that translate to Graphic Design?
As a student, I was exposed to a wide variety of design software with which I was expected to visually convey my ideas for various buildings, landscapes, furniture, etc. I became fluent in the Adobe Suite and 3D modeling software while also learning to translate my digital designs into physical models. As a result, I can now boast an arsenal of skills that shape my unique outlook on graphic design.


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