In design work, Catrina's specialties are realism, anthropomorphism, anime/manga style and digital art. She has two years of experience in graphic design and logo design. She has a strong interest in character design and storyboard work.
Catrina's preferred styles include inkwork, watercolor and acrylic paint. Marker and colored pencil are also specialties.
Her degree is in Children's illustration, but she is also familiar with comic book art, computer art and one-off logo design.
Other areas of interest:
-Story line and storyboard development
Catrina studied fine art at Kent State University with a focus on wood-block printing, printmaking, acid etching, sculpture and drawing.
Catrina studied graphic design, creative writing and children's book illustration through a four-year program at the University of Findlay. Her focus was on traditional media, photography and storyboarding.
Catrina created blogs and videos for the entertainment industry. She completed interviews for magazines and one-off articles for magazines like Elle.
Write content describing vehicles for companies such as Edmunds.
Catrina created blogs and articles describing ways to obtain work, improve education and earn more as a freelancer or traditional worker.
Catrina writes content on drugs (illicit and prescription) and how they impact individuals. She focuses on illicit drugs such as cocaine, marijuana, opioids. She focuses on prescription drugs such as sleep aids and opioid painkillers in this content as well.
Catrina produced a children's book discussing the honey bee with the goal of reducing fear and stigma among children, so that the bee can be appreciated and protected.
Catrina has been a designer and copywriter since 2009. She worked in various markets such as magazine content, web content, poetry, greeting cards, research, medical.
Ghostwriter and copywriter since 2009 across many major industries.
Published author of around 10 books available in schools and on Amazon.
Blog posts for legal and other professional industries.