// My name is Courtney Stubbert. I am a visual artist, designer, and musician living in the Pacific Northwest. I graduated from the visual communications program at the Art Institute of Seattle in 1996, and again from the University of Oregon, art history department in 2007.
While my formal training is in graphic design and visual communication, I work across different mediums, investigating the breakdown of systems - specifically language, communication, and the frailty of ideologies. Image-making allows me investigate the way we experience and process our interactions, beliefs, and the eventual decay of those moments and constructions. The visual vocabulary I have developed over the last few years combine my interests in process, pop culture, and art history.
In 2012 I co-founded, and continue to run, Eugene Contemporary Art - an initiative established to support emerging artists working across conceptual and critical disciplines. Since 2011 I have served on the City of Eugene’s Public Art Committee, and am committed to developing creative and professional partnerships across the arts and cultural landscape of my hometown and beyond. In 2018 I co-founded the podcast Bottleracks & Fountains.
I have been a visual designer for almost 20 years, and operate a freelance studio under the name Artsdigital.co. I specialize in graphic identities, visual communication, and user experience design for businesses and organizations. I’m really good at what I do. You should get in touch with me about it. Just to double down on my skills, by day I am a Senior Designer at AHM Brands, focusing on digital design and user experience.