I'm Mitch Smith, a Logan, Utah based designer with some awesome things to share.
Born and raised in Logan, UT, my love of the outdoors has kept me close to home. In high school, I worked for a production company where I gained a passion for technology, film, video editing, and photography. I also did a little work every now and then for a scout leader that was studying landscape architecture, where I fell in love with the field.
After serving a two year mission for the LDS Church, I started school at Utah State University in Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. After a rewarding class assignment that first semester—designing a logo—I looked deeper at studying graphic designer as a career. After the first year of school, I officially switched my major to art.
I graduated a few short years later—in 2010—with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. A couple years later, I left my current job to accept a design position at ATK (later Orbital ATK), where I have been since.
Some of my other passions include researching how things work, the science behind cooking, everything Switzerland, and amateur radio. I have been serving as a board member of the Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club (BARC) for the past three years, helping to plan and organize meetings and events. As a member of BARC, I often volunteer weekends to help with communications for various cycling and running races, and other community events.