From a young age, I always felt like I was a creative at heart. In my early adult years, and for a number of reasons, I chose a career in law enforcement, thinking that I could help people and make a difference. Fast-forward 13+ years and I was left with an irreversible traumatic injury. My time away gave me clarity, and allowed me to return to my true passion, design. I dove in and learned as much as I could from leaders in the industry and additional training programs. My talent and skill for brand and web design now helps me create high-impact, timeless designs my clients will love for years to come.
Born in a very small town, I grew up learning to work hard for what I had. Taking on a lot of responsibility at a young age has made me the strong woman I am today.
I dropped out of University so that I could start my career as a police officer at 21.
One of the best moments of my life: The birth of my daughter. I gained a whole new perspective on life, and started a design program.
The most paralyzing moment of my life. I shut down after multiple traumas and severe PTSD sustained while working as a police officer. I worked very hard with therapists, and began to return to my passion for design.
Started my own design business and created an offer that allows other women and service-based business owners the opportunity to present the best version of themselves through branding.
Jess Hanbury, Owner: Hanbury Design Co.