After years spent working in both agency and corporate environments, working as a solo creative has been the best decision I've made professionally and mentally.
What once started as a way to sell her artwork and offer freelance services to pay for school, has evolved into a full-time entrepreneurship that allows Linsey to help other business owners and individuals pursue their creative goals.
With a background in fine art and design, an education in interiors and visual communication, and professional experience in both agency and corporate settings, Linsey has developed a strong, layered skill-set over the past 15 years. From working side-by-side with marketing directors, production teams, editorial, sales and advertising staff, to managing a team of designers and leading the art direction of national publications, Linsey credits her confidence and ability to provide her clients with the expertise they deserve to these learning opportunities, and the colleagues who entrusted her with those roles — "I don't discount a single skill developed or connection made through any of my past employers, and am certain I would not be where I'm at today, nor go where I plan on going, without them."
Natives to central NC, Linsey and her husband settled down in the mountains several years ago in a cozy little A-frame with their four shepherd mixes. Outside of her home studio, she can be found hiking or swimming with her #puckettpack, working on home renovations, reading or painting on her deck, volunteering with the Asheville Downtown Association, relaxing fireside with good wine and good music , or hosting out-of-town friends and family.