Hey everyone! You regular visitors might have been wondering where exactly I’ve been lately. It’s been a while since I’ve made an update. I know, I know! I’m ignoring the same advice that I give my clients about blogging, it doesn’t do you any good if you don’t keep it up!

While I have plenty more work that I plan to post, I’ve recently had some changes in my life that have kept me busy. PowerBand Graphics has relocated to the east coast. My girlfriend was offered a great job at an architecture firm in Manhattan and had been working there since November. Since then I’ve been getting my affairs in order with PowerBand Graphics and everything at home as well. We moved into a New Jersey apartment together at the end of June. It’s been an exciting transition period. While I’ve been out of the state before I had never been on the East Coast.

I also received an offer to be the Product Concept Illustrator for SDI Technologies, they make products under the name iHome and KidDesigns. I’ll be working primarily with KidDesigns who makes licensed children’s electronics for brands like Barbie, Transformers and many others. It’s a great company and yes I get to help design toys all day.

So what does that mean for PowerBand Graphics? A few things:

First: It’s not going anywhere.

I will still be available to my current clients providing the best possible service and support they’ve come to know.

Second: Keep it coming!

I will still be accepting new work. However, PowerBand Graphics will not be operating at the same volume as before due to my new full time work commitment. I love the work I’ve done with my clients and I plan on continuing to do it.

Third: Availability.

I won’t be physically accessible for businesses needing work. I loved being a part of the Lincoln business community. The Chamber of Commerce, LIBA, BNI and all of the startup groups I visited were integral to getting PowerBand Graphics to where it is. I have enjoyed meeting and getting to know all of you. I will be back to the area but if you are looking for a designer to work with locally, I’d be more than happy to make some suggestions.

It’s been an amazing two and a half years. I’ve learned so much about business, sales, design and marketing. Thanks to everyone for their support and I look forward to seeing you again soon.