Making small companies look BIG and big companies look GOOD!

About Laura-Leigh Palmer

Always exploring ways to solve client communication problems

Laura-Leigh is the principal at asap graphics and has been in the graphic design profession since “before computers” working as an inker, paste-up, illustrator and type setter. An early adopter to the computer was a natural fit with her inking skills rejoicing over the precision of Adobe Illustrator and her typesetting the wonders of spell check and ease of use.

Besides asap graphics she is also an adjunct professor at Montgomery Community College in their Computer Applications Technology Department, teaching illustration using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator . Also an avid history buff she is a licensed D.C. tour guide and a volunteer at Claude Moore Colonial Farm at Turkey Run working in their Farm Skills program and currently a puppeteer for the Punch and Jonie (Judy came later) show during the tri-annual Market Fairs. She is on the board of the Wheaton & Kensington Chamber of Commerce, Wheaton-Silver Spring Kiwanis, Montgomery Artists Association and is the sponsor for the John F. Kennedy High School Key Club and the author of Images of America: Wheaton published by Arcadia Press.

Specialties include

Commercial print design, brand identity development, form design, logo design, typography, newsletter design, layout, collateral design (brochures, letterheads, business cards), product photography, poster design, conceptual design, tradigital illustration, information graphics, presentations, event photography, illustration, front end web design