Autumn is a multidisciplinary creative professional. She has 11 years of industry experience working with both on and offline visual communication and design. She is ambitious and passionate about everything creative—especially branding, compositions, typography, book layout, writing, and photography. Autumn is also easy to get along with and loves to help people realize their visions.
Autumn graduated with her BA in Business Administration with a focus on Advertising and Economics from Flagler College. In 2003, she started AVR Photography, her own professional photography business photographing events, weddings, band photos, senior portraits, and product photography. Her business allowed her to travel all over the globe where she pursued a passion of landscape and travel photography.
In 2009, she started a small business, The Anglin Artisan, making handmade items and selling them at local markets and online through stores like Etsy.com and Ebay.com. This led to a career in the fashion industry making avant garde costumes she designed and sewed herself. She showed her creations in a series of runway shows from Washington to Arizona.
By 2012, Autumn began working with The Tangled Threads and designed and created all of their looks for this stiltwalking act. She has since taken on other stiltwalking clients and worked with them to create unique costumes for their acts.
Autumn has also shown her photography, watercolor paintings, mixed media collages, sculptures, hand bound art books and motorized and movable art pieces in hundreds of art shows around the world under the name Autumn Steam. She was inspired to curate an international art project called The Artist’s Shuffle, where she had over 100 artists participate.
Since 2010, Autumn has published 8 books with more on the way. She used her skills in the Adobe Suites to design and layout the books. These books are available through Amazon.com.
This year she worked on a project called Librarians With Spines, where she designed and illustrated an academic text. “Librarians With Spines is an anthology of 9 essays written by 11 radical librarians pushing the boundaries of social justice community service, library and information science, equitable bibliographic taxonomy, and ubiquitous information literacy.” (https://www.facebook.com/librarianswithspines/)
Recently, Autumn has pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design at Southern New Hampshire University where she has learned and applied more skills such as web design, UX, and the professional process for good communication with clients and customers. She will graduate in the spring of 2018.