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Brooklyn, NY
USA

The portfolio site for Graphic Designer and Stylist Chelsea Lee

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ABOUT

DESIGNER, STYLIST, CREATIVE.

WHAT DOES CHELSEA DO?

Good question. I am a graphic designer with a passion for editorial design, a stylist with an eye for vintage, home goods, and crafts, and an all around creative problem solver. I'm here to help you build your brand through design, art direction, typography and photography. 

My journey started in the international education non-profit world. I decided to follow my true creative passions a few years ago and haven't looked back. Graphic Design and Styling both hold my heart and I'm working in both spheres as well as at their intersection.

I'm currently living the dream doing editorial design at GQ. 

I've done Graphic Design for clients such as Newsweek, Williams-Sonoma, Readers Digest, TV Guide, CBS, Habitat for Humanity NYC and 3-Day Start-up.

In the world of Styling, I've worked with Vanity Fair, Williams-Sonoma, Food Network Magazine and Bon Appétit. 

I received B.A.'s in International Relations and French Language, and have studied at the School of Visual Arts and the Fashion Institute of Technology. 

Want to see me on paper? Download my resume

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WHO IS CHELSEA?

I'm a maker, baker, crafter, reader, dancer and traveler. I'm California-bred and Paris & New York-fed. I like nothing better than decorating my home at the same time as planning my next trip. I've climbed the rocks of Halong Bay, motorcycled across Santorini and Thailand, bartered in the souks of Morocco and been to a wedding in the middle of the first Arsenal match of the season in London. I'm ready for adventures and new projects. Want to know more? Contact me!


DESIGN

Branding & Visual Identity

Editorial Design

Catalog Layout

Typography

Photo Manipulation & Illustration

Retouching

 

STYLING

Prop and Clothing Sourcing (showrooms,
rentals, buy + return)

On-set Coordination

Vintage point-of-view with an adaptable aesthetic that works across multiple channels

Job prep and break down