Julia Fletcher (she/her) is a music-based designer and photographer based in Brooklyn, NY with over a decade of digital content creation experience.
Julia has her BFA in Photography + Digital Media from the Maryland Institute College of Art, and taught herself everything she knows about graphic design through Youtube videos and experimenting with Photoshop after hours while working at her previous corporate healthcare job.
She currently works as a freelance designer for Vinyl Me, Please and merchandise design work for Bravado (Universal Music Group). Inspired by the colors and artwork of 70’s + 80’s new wave/post-punk album artwork, she brings a fun, colorful, and nostalgic feeling to musician’s identities through a contemporary lens, usually through merchandise, poster design, album artwork, and vinyl packaging.
When she has free time, she's road tripping on the east coast to hear live music,
learning how to play bass, and record shopping.
For freelance inquiries, please contact ➭ email@example.com
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Julia is only taking freelance work for clients in the music industry and limited projects in product/fashion.
This form is for serious inquiries only, so please no portfolio links. For personal matters, please feel free to reach out on social media.
Services include: Graphic Design, Art Direction, Social Media Content, Photography, Merchandise Design, Poster Design, Vinyl Packaging/Layout, + Album Artwork
Interviews & Press
Frances Forever 'Paranoia Party' — 2021
Vial 'Loudmouth' — 2021
Interview with Jesse Nyberg — 2021
Vogue Feature — 2020
Interview with Fluorescent Magazine — 2020
Interview with Junctn Mag — 2020
Balancing the Grind with Julia Fletcher, Graphic Designer & Photographer — 2020
"9 Photos Stories That Will Change Your View of the World", Buzzfeed — 2018
"Existential Questions Embroidered Onto Photography", Plain Magazine — 2018
"Photographer Julia Fletcher Found Her Niche Through Networking", Study Breaks — 2017
Local Wolves - "Artist Statement" six page spread, page 54 — 2017