Bradley L. Girard

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Bio Bradley Girard has been a professional designer, photographer and marketer in Orange County for over 23 years. His career started with little more than a dream and a passion to push the proverbial envelope. With core roots in the surf and outdoor adventure sports industries, he later branched out to a larger spectrum of industries. Through this diverse client palate, Bradley prides himself in his ability to sense the client’s vision and then translate it into the proper medium. From his early days as a freelance designer, to the building of a stalwart boutique agency staffed with immensely-talented creative minds, he has always held strong to practicing good business ethics with the belief that quality, flexibility, and uncompromising craftsmanship are the bedrock of long-term business relationships. His companies have worked with clients such as the San Francisco 49ers, Del Taco, Quiksilver, Toshiba, Billabong, CPS, Irvine Company, Oceanside Glasstile, Ladera Ranch Magazine, and GISH Biomedical. Bradley has always believed that in order to flourish professionally, an individual has to challenge oneself by venturing outside their comfort zone and taking on projects that push you to grow and expand your knowledge base. He holds steadfast to the idea that he can handle any type of project that comes his way even when it is out of his current wheel house. These talents permeate from such mediums as print, advertising, publishing, display, online media, trade show, photography, creative writing and numerous others. One of Bradley’s proudest achievements was developing from the ground-up the brand and identity of Ladera Ranch Magazine. He served as the Creative Director of Ladera Ranch magazine, Avenues magazine, Villages of Irvine magazine and recently start-up magazine Swindol Lifestyle. He has won 15 international awards for design, print and marketing. Recently he has been written about in industry blogs and made the pages of the HOW Design Promotion Issue.
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