Geoff Lichy is a versatile graphic designer and photographer from New York's Hudson Valley. He graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Graphic Design in 2011 and started freelance graphic/web design work in 2009. He's currently at an advertising company near NYC, working on projects for a variety of companies and organizations. This ranges from individual proprietorships to Fortune 100 companies. Volunteer contributions include Big Cat Rescue and the Penny4NASA campaign from Space Advocates.


Geoff's focus is branding and identity. This includes logo design, web design, business cards, letterheads, graphics for social media, and more. He's also done copywriting, ghostwriting, proofreading, and marketing consultations. For anyone needing something new, or an improvement on existing material, those goals can be achieved here.


Geoff also holds certificates in teaching (TEFL/TESOL), financial analysis, cybersecurity, radio operation, and first aid/CPR/AED. His personal site is and author site is



"I used to have this debate with Steve Jobs, and he would always say, ‘You guys are doing too much stuff.’ He did a good job of doing one or two things really well. [...] We’d like to have a bigger impact on the world by doing more things." — Larry Page