As Principal of Clark Creative, Martha is passionate about helping companies and organizations package their brands. She has over twenty-five years experience developing identity programs and marketing campaigns for local and national companies that span a diverse group of industries. Early in her career, Martha enjoyed success in the high-tech arena and with consumer-oriented companies such as Arizona Public Service Company, Alexander Homes, a luxury home builder in Arizona, and Golf Digest Schools.
In 2000, along with new clients in the business services sector, Martha began working with Arizona State University (ASU) creating freshman recruitment and orientation materials. In 2005 she forged a relationship with the School of Global Management and Leadership (SGML) producing the school’s first biannual magazine Business@sgml. Her work with SGML gained her recognition and a contract with Mary Lou Fulton College of Education to produce their 2009 annual report as well as conference materials for their spring Indigenous Languages Symposium. Recently Martha’s work has included creating trade show displays and collateral materials for financial services companies, among them NRF Capital Markets, a firm based in the Denver area.
Martha’s passion doesn’t stop there, she has donated her design talents to charitable organizations such as the American Heart Association, Habitat for Humanity and the Happily Ever After League. She has also played the role of instructor, teaching an introductory graphic design course to industrial design students at the College of Technology and Innovation at ASU. In addition to praise from clients, Martha has received recognition for her work in Letterheads in the Third Dimension and Creativity 26.
Martha graduated from ASU’s fine arts program with a degree in graphic design. An avid golfer, she is currently serving as vice president of the 500 Club Women’s Golf Association. Martha lives in Peoria, Arizona with her husband and has a son in the U.S. Marine Corps.
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