Kerrie Hubbard started her own creative business at the age of 10 when she began selling her handmade creations in stores to finance her desire of owning a 10-speed bike. She abandoned this business to go to college. After a certificate in Web Design and Administration and a B.S. in Human Development, Kerrie kept coming back around to creating art, which she dabbled in constantly.
Finally, giving into the creative urge, yet wanting to play it 'safe' Kerrie began designing websites, brochures and logos, pursuing watercolor paintings and illustrations on the side. After a 3-year stint at Portland's Saturday Market (the largest year-round, open air artisan market in the USA), she moved into stock illustration and specialty creating for clients. These days, she's added mixed media collage and acrylic to her palette, but still continues to create stock illustration as well as design for clients. While blending her custom commissioned artwork with Photoshop, she creates unique packaging and branding for her clients. If you'd like to see more of her work, check out her website: http://www.kerriehubbard.com or her blog, http://www.kerriehubbardart.com .