“I feel incredibly blessed to enjoy what I do for a living. I have the privilege of waking up every day knowing that there will be problems to solve, challenges to overcome, and results to be proud of. We collaborate to create solutions out of ideas, and for me, that is like getting paid to dance.”
Christina Sneed is a talented designer with experience ranging from contracting for IT providers to working on in-house design teams. Christina is highly proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Acrobat, Quark, and Microsoft Office. She has produced branding, brochures, annual reports, and website designs and is well versed in coordinating print production.
She has produced creative and effective graphic designs for clients in government, military, entertainment, and information technology. Christina’s clients have included: U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC), Army Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS), Biometrics Identity Management Agency (BIMA), Hair Cuttery, Section 8 Music Group, and the Organization of Hope.
Prior to joining Spire Communications, Christina was responsible for the art direction and internal layout of Army AL&T Magazine, a quarterly publication for the U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center, which won multiple MARCOM awards, an international competition.
A shutterbug explorer of sorts, Christina can often be found distressing her GPS on the way to a variety of urban adventures. Camera in tow, she has made an art out of getting a little bit lost in search of everything from record shops to trapeze schools to storefront churches and tattoo parlors across the country, always enjoying the ride.
Christina earned a Bachelor of Science in graphic design from Drexel University.