Austin Duncan is a graphic designer out of Lubbock, Texas. He specializes in running and managing creative teams working on several simultaneous projects.

 

about me

— Austin Wayne Duncan

i believe that being made in God’s image was my unsuppressable desire to create. from photography, videography, and graphic design, to music and writing songs.

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My name is Austin Duncan, and I’m a graphic designer originally from Amarillo, TX. I’ve lived in Lubbock for the last 9 years of my life, the last one-and-a-half with my beautiful wife, Cassy. I attended Texas Tech University and graduated with a BFA, quickly finding a job as a remote graphic designer with a church in Las Vegas. Soon after, I started working as a graphic designer at an advertising agency in Lubbock, then became a project manager at a custom web and software development company before leaving and starting my own freelance business.

I believe that everything I have, I have because of my love for God and the constant thought of Colossians 3:23, “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.”

250+
released projects
4
years of expeience
6500
active hours on projects
550+
cups of coffee

graphic design

I have an academic background based on photoshop and photography, but a professional career centered heavily around illustrator. I'm comfortable either way.

photography and videography

Most of my undergraduate work has been in filming (I even shot and directed a short movie in college), photography, and using photoshop to create fictional worlds, scenes, or make my photos look surreal. Behind a camera is where my artistic eye grew up.

running a team

for the last year and a half I worked as a project manager. everything from managing budget, tasks, quality of work (before sending it on to a quality assurance lead), and hours spent on a project. I have experience running a team successfully and getting projects out the door in a timely manner.

self starter

I'm not one to brag about any accomplishments I've made, but it takes guts working full-time, attending graduate school and then leaving a job to start a freelance company. it takes a self-starter. it takes someone with time-management, confidence, and a analytical skillset not always found in most graphic designers.

interested in talking more with me? contact me!