I am a graphic designer and musician who enjoys discovering the parallels between art and music. I am interested in all aspects of graphic design for both print and web. Currently I am seeking work experience as a front-end web designer.
I have worked on both print and web projects since beginning my design career in 2004. I plan to complete the web design program at Seattle Central in 2013. In addition I have a Masters and Bachelors Degree in Music and an Associate Degree in Graphic Design.
I have spent many years as a professional musician and music educator and I am now building my second career. Working as a musician has given me a creative sense that incorporates right-brain creativity with left-brain analytical thinking, plus the ability to create and excel in challenging, dynamic situations.
I am comfortable working independently and as a member of a team. I have excellent written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work in diverse situations with a variety of people. I consider myself to be a self-motivated, life-long learner with a strong sense of discipline, curiosity and attention to detail.
I have worked on projects for arts organizations, schools, and sole proprietors including Shoreline Community College, The Burke Museum of Natural History, Music Works Northwest, All About Jazz, The Seattle Women’s Jazz Orchestra, Chris Spencer Music, Gender Diversity, Tangent Construction and St. Mark's Episcopal Church. My portfolio can be found online at Cynthia Mullis Design
When not immersed in web design work and study, I like to be physically active. I have run half-marathons in Vancouver B.C., Maui and Seattle and am now delving into the world of Triathlons. I'm originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico and I lived in San Francisco and New York City for many years. I'm a professional saxophonist and an active participant in the Seattle jazz scene. Please visit Analog Honking Device for more info.