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I'm Katherine - a small town graphic designer, wife, and cat-mom obsessed with sunny days, fuzzy critters, and warm breezes through open windows.

As long as I can remember, I've loved to create - to make something beautiful with my own hands. It seems like from early on I should have realized my passion for this field, making pretend magazines in Microsoft Publisher long before I knew a little thing called graphic design even existed. Fast forward many years - going through a huge switch in majors, graduating from Samford University, starting my first job, getting married, moving across state lines, and finding the courage to pursue my passion - here we are. 

When I'm not designing, you can find me cuddled up with my husband and our sweet orange baby, Opie, probably watching a movie and, if I have any say in it, snacking on something sweet (donuts anyone?). 


Image by Cathrine Taylor 


get inside my head

My (mini) Proust Questionnaire

Where would you like to live most?
A quaint village in the English countryside where I could explore historic cobblestone streets and treat myself to high tea. 

What's your favorite occupation?
Wife to my sweet husband (that cheesy?

Someday I want to...?
Travel through Europe with Evan - possibly on a river cruise because yes, I am 40 years older in spirit and no, I don't have the endurance to backpack.

Favorite bloom?
Lily of the Valley and Peonies 

What do you like to do in your time off?
In the winter, nap on the couch. In the summer, nap on the porch.  

What talent do you wish you had?
That I could sing well. Or synchronized swimming 'cause that just seems fun. 

Last Spotify artist you binge-listened to? 
Taylor Swift - all day, every day


At the heart of it...

The Latin word “coeo” means to gather – to come together.

I believe when we send a piece of mail, no matter how big or little the occasion, we are sending a little piece of our hearts to our family and friends. Sharing our love with them and asking them to join with us in our celebration - asking them to gather with us, may it be from near or far away, and help make our occasion whole.