About Me

My name is Laura “Miss” Fear and I am a graphic designer out of Kearney Nebraska.  When I was a kid growing up I loved watching cartoons and started writing my own screenplays from an early age.  I taught myself how to draw from library books and hours of practice when I was 12.  In my teenage years I started moving up the ranks on social networking sites for artists and was published by the time I was 16.  At 17 I went to school at the University of Nebraska at Kearney where I graduated at 21 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design with an emphasis on illustration.

During my time at UNK I kept myself busy by working several part time jobs at once and by doing freelance illustration work for my friends, fans, and favorite bands.  Currently I am employed full time by Berkshire Hathaway Media doing graphic design for the Kearney Hub.  My current responsibilities include creating classified ads for my various ad reps, organizing sponsored business groupings, editing and toning photos for use in the daily paper, and juggling over two dozen clients for the bi-weekly edition of the Big Red Auto Book.

Although I love my current job I have a great longing to do more illustration work.  Currently I like to set aside some time during my lunch hour or during the weekend to draw.  One of my New Year’s resolutions is to create more, so I set up this  website to serve as a blog/dumping ground for my past, current, and future projects.

I’m always available for suggestions, comments, critiques, or freelance work.  Please feel free to contact me at laura.fear@yahoo.com

With Love,

Miss Fear

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