Katie Lapi is an award-winning creative who has worked in Graphic Design, Illustration, and Communications for over 20 years with small businesses, non-profits, and artists.
For 8 years she was the Communications Coordinator at a large non-profit where she designed fundraising materials, invitations, newsletters, annual reports, booklets, advertisements, logos and brochures.

Her work created in collaboration with Immersion Creative has won an Applied Arts award, four silver, two bronze, and one Best of Show awards at the Summit Creative Awards, and appeared in Lürzer's Archive.
Selected clients include: The Nature Trust of British Columbia, MS Canada, Immigrant Services Society of BC, Easter Seals, BC Professional Fire Fighter's Burn Fund, BC Refugee Hub, Pacific Assistance Dogs Society, Ronald McDonald House, Yeti Farm Creative, and Immersion Creative.
Fun Fact: Katie's first graphic design clients were bands, record labels, and recording studios; all connections which stemmed from years spent playing in bands (like Ghost House, Safety Show, Cadeaux, Operation Makeout, and most recently Snakies). She has designed LP covers, CD packaging (heck, even a few cassette covers), along with t-shirts and countless gig posters.
What else should you know about Katie? She is lucky enough to call Vancouver Island  her home. She enjoys family, music, Back to the Future (I and II), and Karaoke. Also, Halloween is a VERY big deal in her household.

Katie works in Ladysmith, BC on the traditional territories of the Stz'uminus peoples.
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