Jamie Channell is a multidisciplinary graphic designer with a passion for clean, efficient, and effective design that tells a story and delivers results.
With more than 15 years of experience designing print and digital marketing campaigns for corporate clients (Ancestry.com, Door Dash, Ricardo North America) and non-profits (Foundation for New American Musicals, Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, Think Dignity), she specializes in complex design challenges and enjoys partnering with clients to find creative solutions that deliver results.
With a passion for all things creative dating back to a young age, Jamie’s background includes extensive work producing and designing for the theatre. She has created key art and marketing collateral for performing arts companies throughout southern California, including the recent world premiere of 44: The Obama Musical, and Lythgoe Family Panto’s The Wonderful Winter of Oz starring Kermit the Frog, for which her work appeared on “The Late Late Show” with James Corden. (But more importantly, she got to meet Kermit!)
Since February 2017, Jamie has managed VMA projects ranging from school district newsletters, brochures, fliers, and postcards to bilingual signage and staging for a client’s grand opening in China, as well as a complete corporate rebrand, including logos, packaging, collateral, web design, and trade show booths.
Jamie lives in Portland, Oregon with her partner and dog, and enjoys being outside in her garden, singing and playing the piano, pub trivia, and is learning to code.