About the Author

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Heather Peters
heatheruther
Blurbarian Since September 2007
Business Name Heather Peters
Business Web Site http://www.heatherpeters.me
Location Franklin, TN
About My Business I have loved visual design ever since I was a child and could grasp a crayon in my hand. Each Christmas, I was given something more to fuel my creative cravings – an easel and canvas, a pottery wheel, sketch pads and pastels, watercolors – you name it.

The phrase “starving artist” threatened to convince me that I could never make a decent living pursuing my art passion, but I couldn’t picture doing something with my life that I didn’t love. It was during my senior year in high school that I found an “at home” feeling with creating art for a living, combined with my ever growing love of technology. I had found one of my fulfillments in life. Like a puzzle piece, I had found a “fit”.

A couple of colleges, a BFA in Visual Communications, a husband, several address changes, and two cats later, I am grateful for where He has directed my life and where He has landed me for now. I have been a freelance graphic designer since 2006 and hope to grow ever more in my skills. I love Nashville/Fra
Areas of Expertise Graphic design, print design, illustration, web graphics design, coffee table album design
Professional Affiliations BFA in Visual Communications with a Concentration in Digital Design

Books by this author

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
Yard sales. Yes, believe it or not, a book needs to be written about how to conduct a good yard sale and the do's and don'ts of conducting such a business. Stay tuned for this upcoming best-seller!
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
C.S. Lewis, Andy Stanley, Rob Bell, Dan Miller, Mark Steele, Jan Karon
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
"Flashbang: How I Got Over Myself" by Mark Steele. I think we all need a reminder that this world is a lot bigger than ourselves and it would behoove us to live to serve other people around us. It always makes me happier at least. = )