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Dominique Heffley


Dominique Heffley, Graphic Designer/Owner

Dominique Heffley is the owner of Heffley77 Illustration & Design. Dominique has been a freelancer for many years, and has applied her experience as an in-house designer at various companies with a focus on silk-screening and marketing collateral, plus signage and branding.

She has worked for several companies, including Rose Hills Mortuary, where gravestone design was her most unusual gig, and designed Rose Parade floats for the City of South Pasadena, CA. Dominique launched her theatrical work as a set projection artist with the non-profit Virginia Avenue Project, a creative arts mentoring program for at-risk youth. She continued to work in theatre as the Marketing Director at the Fremont Centre Theatre in South Pasadena, CA.

Currently she is the lead designer at Southland Mailing in Altadena, CA and on the marketing team of live music promoter Premiere West Enterprises.

Clients include: Berkshire Hathaway, Coldwell Banker, South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, Sweethart Sweets, The South Pasadena Arts Council and Kobeissi Properties.

Dominique majored in Visual Arts at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, and earned her BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design.


Fine Art,Graphic Design,Illustration

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