About

Graphic Designer Meredith Luce is a fearless creative with a solid counterpoint of business savvy. At once playful and pragmatic, Meredith’s voracious exploration of artistic methods and media infuses her design work with a distinctive weight and dimension. A graduate of the intensive Algonquin College Graphic Design program, Meredith crafts meaningful and sophisticated materials that highlight the unique details that set her clients apart from their competitors. She offers a colourful spectrum of services, from print layouts and branding to illustrating children’s books.

Meredith at work in the pottery studio (photograph by Styvesphotos)

Meredith has been making things her whole life — from writing and illustrating comic books, to whipping up restaurant-worthy meals — but it was her experience as an independent singer-songwriter that crystallized her path to a career in graphic design. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Meredith found herself illustrating posters and album covers for fellow musicians before going pro as a designer in 2009. Over the past five years, Meredith has found her niche as a straight-shooting creative professional who generates fresh ideas and meaningful designs for small and medium-sized businesses.

Although Meredith takes a playful approach to her creative work, she’s all business when it comes to… well, business. Her experience as a successful independent singer-songwriter taught her the art and science of branding oneself, as well as planning, launching, and growing a successful business — and she is happy to share this knowledge with her clients, as well as to learn from their own successes and struggles.

When she isn’t happily at work or volunteering in her community, Meredith can be found making all kinds of things — experimenting with photography, printmaking, pottery, sewing, silk screening, and more — as an artist, a student, and a teacher.