Hey there, it's ya boy Tyler Potter! No, I have no relatives named Harry.
I'm a graduate of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a BFA in Design and Visual Communication, as well as a minor in Business. This means I can talk about how I will "give 110%" to "synergize" my design abilities for your company's "bottom line."
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
My current role is Marketing Assistant at the Racine Art Museum (RAM), where I help out with a variety of marketing efforts such as press releases, weekly email newsletters, social media, and print collateral like signage and informational handouts. Media I have worked on has been featured in publications including The Journal Times, Milwaukee Magazine, and ArtDaily Newsletter. I am also part of a two-person team in charge of content migration and UI design for the museum's new website, which is huge but rewarding undertaking.
Before RAM I was employed as a Graphic Design Intern at Mueller Communications in Milwaukee, where I got to work with a handful of high-profile clients, including Meijer, Kimberly-Clark, Racine County Economic Development Corporation, and Medical College of Wisconsin.
My design experience covers a wide array of material, including:
Logos | Posters | Zines | Shirts | Postcards | Infographics | Social media graphics | Website UI | Mobile prototypes | Snapchat geofilters | Motion graphics videos | 3D models
"During his time with the firm, he gained experience with a wide range of different clients and projects, tackling each with eagerness. He was often called upon to complete projects with a quick turnaround and consistently came through. He also established strong partnership with our outside vendors to ensure quality control on print projects.
I enjoyed my time working with Tyler and recommend him to others seeking assistance with graphic design."
— James Madlom, Chief Operating Officer at Mueller Communications
"Tyler is an astute UX/UI artist and graphic designer. His attention to design inspiration, detail, and customer request translation into digital visual communications are amazing. Tyler is a welcomed addition to any creative team."
— Jason Dietenberger, Student Development and Support Leader at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Student Affairs IT Services
ABOUT THE MUSICIAN
In 2009 I set forth to teach myself how to play guitar. Shortly after fumbling my way through learning the basics, a friend requested I buy a cheap bass guitar and join their nameless band for the high school talent show.
In 2015 I began playing bass in the band Future Sight, performing at small venues across southeast Wisconsin—including Bremen Cafe, Frank's Power Plant, Eagle's Club, and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Kenilworth Square East.
In April 2019, I released my debut EP, Magnify the Process, for free download under my solo project moniker Pyler Totter. My most recent album—a three-track EP created as a collaborative experiment between sixteen musicians and visual artists—was released late March 2020.