David, AKA the male half of Terrier Mountain, has been professionally designing for four years, gaining a load of experience in book publishing, which is where he first decided to commit to the rough and tumble life of a graphic designer. Through freelance jobs and school, he's done all sorts of print design, including menus, record albums, posters, events calendars, and zines. He's produced web banners, infographics, and identity systems, too. He's worked with all sorts of people, and can start from scratch or work with a well-defined concept.
David is now accepting commissions for freelance work, and will promptly respond to inquiries to determine a fair price for the job. To see a great cross-section of his work, check out his on-line portfolio.