Visual Designer, Packaging, POP, Marketing, Advertising.

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Package Design
Marketing & Advertising
Point of Purchase
Logo & Identities
Illustration
Product Design
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DON'T TAKE MY

WORD FOR IT...

Please let this letter serve as a recommendation for Jason Collins as an fantastic Graphic Designer. While Jason has been a freelance graphic designer, we were regular customers who utilized his work in a variety of ways across multiple brands and projects. 

Laura Wiese, V.P. Marketing, MGA Entertainment. Little Tikes, Bratz, Lalaloopsy, Project MC2

 

My relationship with Jason has developed over the past 8 years to the point where if I am looking for any graphic design work (catalogues, product artwork, brand development, packaging, etc), he is the first person I turn to.

Royce Bodaly, Product Manager, HD Brown Enterprises. Sidewind, Road Warrior, Marvel, Disney, Dunlop, Warrior

 

During the years I have interacted with Mr. Jason Collins, he was not only a very professional competent person,
but also a very reliable and trust worthy co-worker. His contribution to the growth of our creative department has been exemplary. He is highly creative, talented problem solver and dedicated to his craft.

Kirsten Joost, President, Brand Bite. Cadbury, Waterbridge, Kraft, L'Oreal, Pintys Premium Foods, Rogers     Communications, Torlen Professional, Walmart, Norampac Cascades, Sears Canada, Shoppers Drug Mart

 
 
 

WHO IS

JASON COLLINS?

Motivated, goal oriented creative thinker. Offering over 15 years of design experience in packaging, point of purchase, illustration and corporate design. Actively seeking my next challenge in whatever form it takes.  My freelance life has taken me from one side of Toronto to the other. Through my freelance life I have had the opportunity to work in many top notch design agencies, on brands of all shapes and sizes.
I also feel the need to touch things that say "Do not touch". I am not saying that's a good thing or a bad thing... I just thought I should be upfront.