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Let’s build something Neat


I work with small businesses and organizations make great first impressions through impactful and memorable brands.

Web Design

A web presence isn’t a luxury – it’s a necessity. I work with my clients to build sites that fit their mission, style, and budget.


A picture is worth one thousand words, and quality photography can make any project pop.

What I offer


Logo and brand creation

You only get one chance to make a first impression. I work with my clients to create branding that puts their best foot forward. As part of our consultation, you’ll get to see a variety of options for your new look, complete with explanations of why each choice is being made.


Graphic design

If you need flyers, booklets, signs, or any number of other graphic products, I can work with you to make sure your product is ready to head to the printer. I have a decade of experience in print design – I’ll help you navigate the challenging stuff so you can get a product you’ll love.


Web design

I work with small and medium-sized organizations to make sure their web presence is modern, up to date, and easily maintained. Through the consultation process, you’ll have confidence that you’re getting the advice you need. At the end, you’ll have a modern, mobile-ready site.


Video editing

With years of experience in video editing, I can help you finish that important project, or use video to spice up your website.



Whether it’s events or family photos, I can help you capture what happened.

About Chris

I’ve worked in graphic and web design for a decade, helping small and medium-sized organizations make good impressions when it counts. I started in earnest while an undergraduate student at Carleton University, and have worked for businesses, student organizations, and academic bodies at both Carleton and the University of Toronto. Through my time working as a designer, I’ve worked with clients in politics, academia, civil society, and the private sector, including as a staff designer with the House of Commons