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Home > Tools for Freelancers > Members > Freelance Directory > Lindsey Palmer

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Lindsey Palmer

Specializes in: Arts, Entertainment, Travel, Photography, Graphic Design

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654 E. Lafayette St.
Apt#1
Fayetteville, AR  
Phone: 479 236-5003
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Work has previously appeared: Unpublished, Local/Regional Magazine

I was born and raised in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I graduated with a B.A. in Journalism/Advertising/Public Relations. I’m planning to pursue a career in writing or design. More than anything I really enjoy the creative side to advertising and the design aspects that go along with the digital age of advertising. With the society we live in today, I find it crucial to keep advertising and media trends up to date. Technology has pushed the traditional media to new heights. Newspapers, Magazines, TV, and news have all made the digital change. Welcome to the world of digitization.

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