Designer

Pencils before pixels.
The pencil is the best way to start the creation process.

I have designed for local and national companies, NSW Government, TAFE NSW and Jetts Australia. Enjoy these examples of my work and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like a design consultation.

Latest Wood Work & Video Production

Luise producing installation music in her multi-purpose studio

Thank you for your beautiful artwork Luise. We all love what you do to capture our community vibe here at Jetts ❤️

Alanna (Jetts Nowra)

Your efforts have had an impact! We truly appreciate your contributions to the course, the larger Adobe Education Trainers group and the Adobe Educators community.

Andrea (Adobe Education Team)

I just wanted to email you and say THANK YOU I love how you’ve done the testimonials page!!!! And also the gallery page. I love being able to go into each album to have a sneak peak image. THANK YOU AGAIN (: I am so excited!!!!

Brittany (BB Event Planning)

I asked Luise to create options for branding and design for several of my business ventures. The process was highly interactive and engaging. Luise is very customer and outcome focused, always ensuring I was ‘on board’ with the creative process. In that regard I always felt engaged and had a sense of ownership right through… Continue reading David (Mallard Consulting)

David (Mallard Consulting)

You’re amazing !!! It worked hooray! ❤️❤️❤️❤️ I really really appreciate your help a lot !Thank you! I love my new website.

Kayla (Kayla K’s Makeup)

Thank you Luise. They are amazing designs. There is nothing better than local support!

Sara (Tea Journeys)

I can’t believe how easy it [Photoshop] is .. when you’re shown. You’re the best. Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!

Steven White – ABC Journalist

Hi Luise, I’ve had a look at the bathroom photos and they are fantastic! I loved the jazz accompanying the video too – great work! You are a terrific photographer! Thanks for doing this.https://vimeo.com/92484557

Tania McGrath
  • Tea Journeys - Spoon Labels and Photography