My Harris Elementary School drawings and posters were just a start.
These evolved into doodles of my algebra teacher, and then my graphic design credibility ensued in college. I earned an AAS degree in commercial graphics from McDowell Tech, a BFA degree in graphic design from Western Carolina University (Magna Cum Laude), and a MFA degree in graphic design from East Tennessee State University.
Positions as graphic designer, PostScript service bureau manager, and art director led to my own graphic design studio, Great Scott Design. (Great Kerry Design just didn’t have the same ring.) Twelve-and-a-half years of happy clients later, I decided to extend my graphic design reach by educating rising designers—but I still work with a few happy clients.