This is Jeff, a product of career parents, born and raised along the banks of the Ohio in Cincinnati. As the child of an architect, Jeff was continuously exposed to his father’s drafting skills, which in turn, fueled Jeff’s drawing ability and creative nature from an early age. As the years of Jeff’s youth began drawing to a close, Jeff’s father gave this inspirational speech,


“Work, military or school, but you’re not living here.”


These finely crafted and heartfelt words were the catalyst that launched Jeff’s professional creative journey.


Jeff ultimately did receive his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Visual Communications, immediately married and moved away from the frigid north. Jeff settled in Southwest Florida, raised a family and built decades of professional Graphic Design skills and experience in studio, production and corporate settings.


So why move back to the cold, grey north? One word, divorce. That plus the empty nest that adult children ultimately provide briefly sent Jeff back to his hometown of Cincinnati.


From there, Jeff moved even further into the frigid north. After reuniting with a childhood friend that had remained unmarried and discovering the comfort that having a common history provides, it was time for Marriage Part II. Jeff’s new wife, being a longtime resident of the Chicago area, brought him to the Windy City. Ultimately growing tired of the hectic Chicago lifestyle, Jeff and his wife settled in a historic town nestled in the Appalachian Mountains along the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers known as Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.


So now, life and career are beginning again and the future is bright. In the meantime, the 144-year-old home, tightly knit community and the menagerie of pets that rivals a small petting zoo tend to occupy the short bursts of their remaining free time.


It’s kind of tough to fit Jeff’s history and highlights into five hundred words or less, and there’s so much more that could fill reams.


So this is Jeff, what can he do for you?


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