Katherine Sinkowski RGD
Member since
April 29, 2009
Port Dover
Areas of Specialty
Branding, Typography
Other Capabilities
Branding, Corporate Communications, Illustration, Signage/Wayfinding, Typography, Web Design
Languages Covered
Interested in Freelance
Why am I an RGD?
I became a Registered Graphic Designer (RGD) of Ontario in 2009, and have an educational background and diplomas in both Graphic Design (2003) and Electronic Prepress (2004). I became an RGD because the graphic design industry is generally highly undervalued. I believe that this association helps to recognize the importance of the work done by professionals in this industry and allows designers a place to come together.
Why am I a designer?
Since I was a child, I have enjoyed drawing and designing, so when it came time to choose a career path, it was an obvious choice to pursue graphic design.

Most of my work consists of a variety of print-based designs to include magazine layout and advertising design as well as vector work, signage and branding.
Why should you hire me?
I have been employed within the graphic design industry since graduating in 2003 in both a printing & publishing establishment and government operated communications departments. I have also worked as a freelancer on projects for local businesses and organizations outside of my employment to maintain a creative mix.

I have travelled to over 21 different countries around the world, seeing a large part of Canada, and the United States as well as Central and South America, New Zealand, Southern & East Africa, and Europe. Traveling is a large part of who I am and I believe that experiencing what the world has to offer lends a hand in my creativity.

I understand the importance of branding and corporate identity and the need for consistency to make a business or organization memorable. An effective design is reached through research and strategy so that a business or corporation can stand out from its competition, and I thoroughly enjoy helping businesses achieve this.