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About the Biz

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Butterfly Creative Projects (BCP)  is a boutique-style creative agency that focuses on graphic, web, and email design projects. With an eye for design and a desire to get crystal clear on the project’s vision, BCP will save you precious time and resources. Our natural ability to connect the dots on the project’s overarching strategy allows us to see what others might miss. 

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About the Name

The process of transforming from an egg to a beautiful butterfly is one-of-a-kind. Just like no two butterflies are the same, we recognize that our clients are just as unique. Just like a butterfly undergoes a metamorphosis, we look forward to transforming my clients' ideas into extraordinary creative projects that turn heads.  

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About Sadie

Sadie’s passion for graphic design comes from a life-long obsession with art. From a young age, Sadie took traditional art classes and had access to learning and playing with technology thanks to her father’s computer business. This obsession with art continued into her adult life where she was able to earn her BA in Journalism from the University of Nevada, Reno. During her studies, she focused her coursework on creative (design) as well as public speaking. During her free time, Sadie can be found going to concerts, playing with her pets, and finding fun new places in town to enjoy. 

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