My name is Mark Battle and I'm a Graphic Designer. I've always believed that in order to be a successful designer you need to be either partially or completely insane; complete insanity being ideal, which luckily, I am. When I'm not caught in the midst of an obessesive-compulsive design storm, I can often be found wandering up north in the White Mountains, playing a tune on my acoustic guitar, writing screenplays for my independent films, cooking something delicious or playing video games with my wife and 7 year old son, Kieran.

I have worked passionately on countless projects ranging from logo design, branding and packaging, web design, video production and digital photography to creating promotional materials for businesses. My professional experience combined with my intimate knowledge of Adobe CS3 on both Mac and PC platforms has allowed me to be a successful member of the design teams I have had the pleasure of working with. I enjoy working on high quality projects that utilize my sense of color, style and obsessive attention to detail, incorporating effectiveness, simplicity and elegance into each and every project that comes my way.

In 2008, I graduated from American International College and received my Masters Certificate in Digital Media, Graphics and Web Design. Shortly after, I was brought onboard as a design intern at 451 Marketing in Boston, Massachusetts under the talented tutelage of marketing director, Glen Hawkins. Three Months later, I was hired as a full time graphic designer for NSK & Associates in Boston, Massachusetts where I had the pleasure of working alongside friend and mentor, Peter Cepeda. Together we developed a plethora of visual communication projects, from websites, business cards, magazine ads, flash presentations, brochures and logos to tradeshow displays and software interface designs. Currently, I am serving as Web & Graphic designer for Trunity, an E-Learning/Social publishing platform based out of Newburyport, MA.

I am currently available for freelance projects! If you like what you see and are interested in discussing any upcoming projects, feel free to drop me a line!