"I have been delivering magical creations to clients for over a decade. I am inspired by honest people, simple products, and culture projects."
-Lindsey R. Miller
I'm based in Redmond, Washington, and love being creatively connected to my community. I've dedicated my evenings and weekends to helping King County meet its creative needs. I teach photography at Youth in Focus, and privately to individuals, photograph family portraits and headshots, and help local shop owners craft marketing campaigns and create content for their products and services.
Communication and content are powerful. Most of the population is influenced by stories and visuals. To help you communicate better to your audience, I either teach you how to create content or create the content on your behalf.
I started painting, photographing, and writing early in my life. I took my skills to the digital realm in my undergrad, where I learned Adobe software, graphics, and web design. Then in grad school, I practiced managing digital assets into a cohesive digital story.
Early in my career, I assisted content creation, event coordination, and promotional marketing for higher education and government organizations. Then I ran my own content and marketing company for a decade and serviced small businesses and private corporations.
In 2018 I stepped into a full-time marketing role within the mining industry and fell in love with both the gig and the industry. Since then, I've dedicated my 9-5 to ensure miners have the advanced technology and training necessary to support their ambitious sustainability goals. And after hours, I help my local community's creative needs.
Professional, intentional content and messaging help businesses stand out from the rest of the content noise. Below are a few of my clients. They range from one-person operations to global corporations.
1998 - My first experience combining science and art was building a pinhole camera for the science fair. I failed that project, but it sparked something within me that is still burning.
2004 - This was my first year earning income from my creations: a color print photograph of a Venice alleyway and a published essay about the word 'pestilence' from The Plague.
2008 - After receiving my undergraduate degree, I assisted a digital printing studio and digitized a visual resource library. My time in NYC is where I learned the art of branding and its influence on commerce.
2010 - After receiving my graduate degree, I went back to Dallas to start my own business supporting marketing departments. A new love blossomed assisting UTArlington's business development arm; project managing and building content databases.
2013 - Consulting for the marketing departments of Four Seasons, Yum! Brands, and the Department of HUD grew my love for campaign creation and strategizing the channels and content. In addition, I learned a new skill, marketing inventory and analyzing ROIs.
2016 - I opened a new location for my business in Seattle and dedicated my time to west coast clients. These projects were mostly related to content creation, multi-channel marketing, and brand management while learning what analytics to set up and track to tweak the next campaign.
2018 - I threw myself into the world of B2B technology marketing and practiced more skills - helping businesses align sales and marketing with ABM for SaaS products and customer success story implementation.
2020 - While continuing on my B2B SaaS and digital transformation marketing path, I'm upskilling myself with my second grad degree. I work with marketing professionals worldwide to better understand how buyer behavior has changed drastically in the last decade.
Let's get creative!
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