Nitch is excited to have Lee Workman join our team as a robust graphic designer. With his knowledge of environmental and print graphics, and years of experience, we look forward to the expertise that he’ll apply to projects, taking it to the next level.
Learn more from Lee below:
One of the most interesting projects I’ve had the pleasure of working on was a Rembrandt exhibit for the Museum of Church History and Art. The Church acquired 30 plus original Rembrandt etchings and wanted to showcase them along with a collection held by BYU. I was able to design a gallery to resemble Rembrandt’s home and studio. I designed a life sized leaded glass window that was built and installed. We lined the baseboards of the gallery with blue and white Delft tiles. We brought in antique tables, chairs and tapestries to create an old-world ambiance. I also designed large curtains and draperies for the entrance doorways and window and a large canvas title panel that described the artwork and the exhibit.
It was an incredible experience to work so closely with masterpieces created by one of the world’s most prolific masters. My appreciation for his life and work soared as I was involved in this project.
I have worked in Logan, Salt Lake City, Layton, American Fork, New Jersey, New York and now beautiful Bountiful, Utah throughout my career. I have worked on print projects, signage, way-finding and environmental graphics, exhibits, displays and trade show graphics, and have recently delved into the digital world designing for web.
In my free time I enjoy doing home improvements, visiting art museums, admiring architecture and I recently purchased a 1969 Lincoln Mark III which I plan to enter in local car shows. I love spending time with my wife, four children and son-in-law watching movies, playing Spoons, taking road trips and seeing the sites of the beautiful locations around where we live.
I am thrilled to be working at Nitch and can’t wait for the opportunity to work on a project with you.