Shannon Wang’s world lacks anything but style. A freelance artist, designer, Shannon’s work reflects her personality: modern, fresh, and a little edgy. Generally decked out in jeans, camera bag, and a t-shirt of a band you’ve never heard of, Shannon creates art in just about everything she does.
But don’t let the dimples fool you. Shannon has the education and experience to back up her hype. Since graduating Maryland College of Art and Design, Silver Spring in 1994, she has worked throughout the DC area injecting her leading-edge design style wherever suburbia requests it.
Her impressive resume includes interior design work for D.H. Veirs Contracting and Apartment Zero, projects for multiple Tara Thai restaurants and the National Botanical Gardens through Propellerworks, and management and design as a Regional Visual Manager for Discovery Channel stores. Her work as a freelance interior designer landed her a featured spot on HGTV’s popular Curb Appeal in 2006, on the front page of the Home page in the Washington Post, Washington Spaces Magazine, Decorating Spaces Magazine and the Washingtonian. In addition to her interior design work, Shannon creates original and custom paintings. She prints and mattes original photographs of bands, DC, rural, and abstract architecture. She is sole creator and owner of the Waldorf Love/Hate series t-shirt design.
For more information about Shannon’s work (or to find out how much cooler you could be with her design influence) contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“This world may lack style, I know, but each bud must blossom and grow.” –Morrissey