I am not a graphic designer.
There. I said it. These days, it seems everyone with a copy of Photoshop is claiming to be a graphic designer. As a true professional, you know there's much more to it. To turn a sketch on a napkin into a two colour (with duotones), die cut, spot varnished lithographed business card, a lot of things have to happen on the way.
Still with me?
What I offer you, the graphic designer, is a way to remove yourself from the technical parts of graphic design and focus on the creative. Give me your sketches, your illustrations, your stacks of rgb images yearning to be cmyk. Okay, that's a bit melodromatic; in a nutshell, send me your artwork and ideas, I'll assemble the finished product true to your design.
Print or Web, you can't be good at both... can you?
From a technical standpoint, print and web design are very different. Fortunately, because I focus on the technical aspects and let you do the creative, I've had time to master both. I've been working in the professional print industry since 1993, and building web sites since touchtone phones were exciting technology. I know a trap from a bleed, a div from a span, and promise clean, professional output whatever your medium.