Monday, March 4, 2013
Occasionally, I'll get a freelancing request outside wedding calligraphy work: calligraphy also makes a great final touch to more formalized events. For example, I get commissioned every year by a student club at Harvard to write out their Final Dinner invitations on gorgeous cream card stock. So in this latest featured case, a client found my work online and needed about thirty names written in calligraphy for award certificates for an upcoming function.
I liked doing this job because it reminded me of how I got started with calligraphy: when I was in high school, and the Dean recruited me to fill out National Honor Society certificates after seeing some of my early work. Since then, I've been honing my skills and catering to all different clients and styles - from brides to event planners: the handwritten art definitely has it's place in a digital world!
If you are in need of a calligrapher to help you out with some certificate names (and maybe don't trust your own hand!) shoot me an email on how to get started. With quick turnaround and flexibility, I will definitely be able to help you out!