CREATING THE IMAGE THAT WILL GROW YOUR BUSINESS
We exist in a digital age of content overload. That means it is imperative for those who seek to stake a claim online to develop and design a website that builds trust instead of adding to the noise.
I’m Mark Large, a web designer, freelance photographer, visual artist (and rock climber!) based in Knoxville, Tennessee. I’m a graduate of Pellissippi State Community College with a degree in med-tech/web technologies and concentrations in web design and photography. In addition, I’ve been taking photos since 2001. I worked for nine years for The Daily Times newspaper, based in East Tennessee, and in addition to several journalism awards for my photography, my work has been featured in a number of publications: “The Obed: A Climber’s Guide to the Wild and Scenic,” published by Greener Grass Publishing; the 2010 Guidebook; and “Stone Fort Bouldering: A Comprehensive Guide to the Boulder Problems of ‘Little Rock City.’”
More importantly, I’m a highly motivated, easy-to-work-with guy who endeavors to produce the digital product you want while offering you services you may not have and insight you need for it to be successful. I thrive in the creative space, and nothing brings me greater satisfaction than building stunning, visually communicative websites that connect with their intended audiences.
Everyone may have a website, but not everyone has a good website. Even fewer have great ones, but as your designer, I’ll make every effort to provide one for your business that’s engaging, compelling and effective.
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