Joelle Joy is an independent photographic and graphic design artist based in the Metropolitan Detroit area. Having attended a private school while growing up, she received a superior education which jump started her in the computer, graphic design area and was honored salutatorian of her graduating class.
After finishing her BS in Communications / Graphic Design from Liberty University in May of 2002, she worked full-time as a Resort Photographer. Next she worked as a graphic artist, gaining her certification in sublimation and specializing in the techniques of engraving, printing design and layout. Joelle has even done design work for two published books:Children of the Night and They're Here Already! When she's not designing art, she is also part owner in her family's snow removal business.Gresham's Seasonal Services, Inc.
As a freelance artist, Joelle provides concentrated personal attention to the customer’s specific needs, aiding them in creating the concept that they imagine. She specializes in photographic imaging, graphic and layout design, corporate identity packages, logo design and branding.
All images are for sale, giving home decor a fresh, unique and classy touch. Specializing in CANVAS, WOOD, ACRYLIC and METAL. Art is also available for Purchase from Joelle's ETSY STORE as well!
AS SEEN ON PINTEREST
AS SEEN ON ETSY
As Seen in:
Soon to be seen in Wayfair.com & Overstock.com
The World of Interiors - July 2017
The World of Interiors - February 2017
House of Coco: Creative Spotlight Interview
House & Garden - November 2016
House Beautiful - August 2016
Vogue British - May 2016
House Beautiful - May 2016
The World of Interiors - April 2016
House & Garden - March 2016
EasyJet Airlines - November 2015
House & Garden - July 2015
Elle UK - June 2015
Elle Decor UK- June 2015
Esquire UK- March 2015
GQ British - January 2015
Tatler Magazine UK - Decomber 2014
Glamour UK - November 2014
Links I love: Artsy Shark
"MURALS THAT STICK" Joelle Joy has partnered up with Greenbox Art + Culture, Oopsy Daisy, Fine Art For Kids, Wheatpaste Art Collective. Together these three lines provide appropriate and engaging art offerings for each stage of life.