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Liza Kelley

Co-Founder and Lead Designer at Talley-O Design

Job Co-Founder / Talley-O Design

Lives In Portland

I am a co-founder of Talley-O Design. We are an independent design studio, offering branding and design solutions for print, collateral, identity systems, online and whatever other design needs ail you. 
 
After graduating from Maine College of Art with a degree in 
graphic design, I worked at the VIA Agency as an art director for four years. Clients include Welch's, Maidenform, Seagrams's Escapes, Backyard Farms, Lojack, DuPont, and Dundee Beer.
 
I am also currently the senior designer at O'Brien design, an independent design studio located in Freeport, Maine—specializing in print and magazine communication. Clients include Medtech, Green Builder, Portland Trails, Greater Portland Landmarks, and MaineHealth.
 
When I'm not working at my real job or freelance designing, I'm busy with my side project, Talley-O. We design a handful of handmade goods including t-shirts, note cards, journals and other wares.
 
You can find me most days of the week working from my studio located in the State Theatre building. Come by and say hello! 

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