Meet The Staff: Tim Boesel

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I have been working for Go Media for only a few months now. I was amazed to find out that these guys are located in good-old Cleveland, Ohio. From the start, I have been involved in an array of diverse projects. There’s not a day where I don’t have my hands in something new. One of the greatest qualities of Go Media has been the freedom to express my ideas; there is ample opportunity to learn.

MePrior to Go Media, I graduated from Bowling Green State University with a BFA in Design. Shortly after graduation I took my first job with a small, entirely female design firm out of Toledo. I learned to interact with clients and developed some of my web skills. That was my first taste of the real world, also paying for that large college loan was tuff at first. One thing to keep in mind is that hard work does pay off, after working a year I decided it was time for a change and I took a job with PBS not too shabby, better pay a great gray cubical wow I was the man. A year later I decided corporate design was not my thing, And that brings me to where I stand now, and that is with Go Media – the best place to learn and grow as a designer.

What I do at Go Media:

A little bit of everything. Right now my main focus is mostly web design and I also help out with making vector packs for the Arsenal. And the random projects like business cards, logos, etc.

I plan on staying in Cleveland with Go Media, I love it here and this is my dream job.

Inspirations:

-Go Media Team-
-Rick Valicenti-
-Todd McFarlane-

Things I do in my free time. I like to explore and experience new things in the world, I took my first ski trip to NY, I like to rock climb. I love long road trips to visit my distant friends and family.

Music:
Emery
Brand New
Fightstar
Fear Factory
Thursday
The Red Hot Chili Peppers

Movies:
300
Sin City
Old School
Matrix

About the Author, Tim Boesel

I'm part of the Go Media Design Crew. I design cool stuff and enjoy being a Cleveland sports fan. Follow me on Twitter !

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