My name is Sarah Camp, and I run Camp Creative Group. I was born in New Jersey and grew up in several places on the east coast of the USA before "settling" in Pennsylvania. I was always an artist, was a member of the National Art Honor Society and voted "Most Artistic" in High School. In 1994, my family got a web-capable computer and I started spending a lot of my time online. I published my first website, and wrote a "How To Write HTML" guide when I was fourteen.
A little of both. I always have been an artist, and after graduating high school I decided to go to the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. I majored in Multimedia and Web Design. Web design wasn't as big back then, so there wasn't a huge focus on it. I learned a lot in school, but I learned even more when I got started working in the field and - even now - I spend a lot of time honing my skills. Having the desire to constantly learn is something that I feel is a very important trait for any successful designer.|||Currently I am designing a series of posters for the trade show booth of a children's line, working on a site for a Film Studio in LA, designing a website for a food service company, and a site for a social media consultant. I just finished up a redesign of another designer's website.