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Freelance graphic designer & fine artist

21 years in the design industry.

Recently featured in The University of Oklahoma One Hundredth Anniversary
Show, for the School of Art.



Dress code:

Simple and classic, with black and neutral colors. Uses her accessories to express

her personality.


Favorite shops/brands (click on links):


Big fan of:



Desk drawer:

Favorite office supply:


Office must haves:



Daily Commute:

Works in her home office, but has client meetings and conference calls.




Office music:

Something soothing, or podcasts


Work or play on planes:




Client meeting must haves:


Sharpie or LePen Pens





to clients


Job stress management:





Secret to meeting daily objectives:

To-do lists


Design research materials:


Inspired by:


Networking method:

Word of mouth


Career advice:

"You need to take care of what's most important at the time. Sometimes, it's work. Sometimes, it's family. Sometimes, it's your self."

"I keep my wardrobe simple and classic. Accessories - on the other hand - are a much different story. I love statement pieces, anything that expresses my personality. Original with a creative flair!"

Tabitha keeps notebooks with her for meetings, then she usually emails clients her recap.

Tabitha keeps her favorite creative work on display for inspiration.



Keys on a bangle key ring

Loyalty cards

Mother of Pearl ring

Fortune from fortune cookie

Flash drive

Prune Pencil case for lip essentials

Tabitha's skincare clockwise, from top

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Tabitha defines her office space as "resourceful." She created the artwork behind her desk, as she's a fine artist as well as a graphic artist.

She uses notebooks to keep track of her project details and sketches.

Regarding jewelry:

"I love unique, individual, one-of-a-kind pieces. My approach: less is more. If it's a statement piece, then let it make a statement."

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