Robert Witchger is a graphic designer and blogger based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

He was born in Saginaw, Michigan in 1980 and spent the majority of his childhood in Cary, North Carolina after his family moved there in 1988. He attended East Carolina University, graduated with a BFA in 2002, and then relocated to Raleigh. He currently works as a web designer in the Creative Services department at North Carolina State University.

Past clients for his design and/or illustration work include NC State University’s central marketing efforts (as a full-time designer for NC State University Creative Services), GlaxoSmithKline (as a freelance designer for Mission House Creative), Bobbitt Design Build (as a freelance designer for The Distill Group), pop star Clay Aiken (as a full-time designer at The Anoroc Agency), and The Durham Herald-Sun (as a freelance illustrator). Honors bestowed on his design work include two Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Awards of Excellence and an Ad Club of the Triangle Silver Addy Award.

Witchger, his wife Stephanie, and his daughter Adeline, live in Raleigh’s downtown area with a highly-energetic mutt named Lilly.

Witchger’s other interests include drawing and painting; playing the banjo, guitar, drums, and ukulele which he has done all his life in various (usually short-lived) bands; biking; attempting various DIY construction and repair projects; and listening to NPR.

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