Rebecca Stewart-Johnson lives in a the Puget Sound region with her husband, Chris Johnson of Chris Johnson Pottery and their trusty studio pup, Boris.
After graduating from PLU, she began her professional career working as a contract and freelance designer for small businesses in the south Puget Sound Region. She later landed an in-house design position for the public transit agency in Tacoma, Washington. After over five years, she and her husband moved to the Oregon Coast to support the family pottery and re-launch RSJ Creative as a full time freelance business.
During the summer of 2015, Rebecca was offered an incredible opportunity to work for a large non-profit health care provider as their in-house designer in the Puget Sound region. She’s hung up her freelance spurs for now to focus on this new and exciting adventure.
Rebecca’s forte is in graphic design – print, identity, brand – as well as web, photography, environmental design, illustration, packaging, event planning and consulting. Her clients are dreamers, idea-makers and passionate about their work, their life and pursing their calling. She creates visual solutions that turn dreams into a realities, often leaving a mark of intention, change and color. Her clients are public agencies, small creative businesses, galleries, shopkeepers, young entrepreneurs, couple’s planning their wedding, baby showers and life celebrations.