Linsey Gray Creative is a multi-disciplinary creative studio with a knack for visual brand identities, print and digital design, environmental graphics, editorial layout and general art direction.
As a designer and creative director, Linsey's goal is to ensure your brand stands out within its marketplace, establishes a stronger connection with your audience, and supports the continual growth of your business. Through strategic design and direction, her mission is helping others reach their business goals and feel confident in setting new ones.
Working with heart-driven businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs, Linsey is well-versed in serving a variety of industries from health + wellness, hospitality and event production, to cannabis, political campaigns, and real estate. However, there's a special place in her heart for working with other creatives from interior designers and craftsmen, to artists and photographers.
artist, designer, business owner, wife, mama to four shepherd mixes, music junkie, home reno addict, architecture nerd, studio artist, one-woman-show
What started out as a way to sell her artwork and provide freelance services to help pay for school has evolved into a full-time commitment to lending a creative hand in others' professional pursuits.
With a background in fine art and design, an education in interior architecture 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 + advertising staff, to managing a team of designers and leading the art direction of national trade publications, Linsey is confident in her ability to provide her clients with the expertise they deserve.
Natives to central NC, Linsey and her husband settled down in the mountains 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 Puckett Pack, working on home renovations, finding time for personal artwork, volunteering with the Asheville Downtown Association, or hosting out-of-town friends and family.