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Troy Walker


Troy Walker, Creative Director

For more than two decades Troy Walker has been creating fun and whimsical characters behind the scenes for use in promotional advertising by regional and international brands. His work has dazzled, delighted, healed, inspired, and given hope to urban communities where no "Disneyland" exists. Troy Walker only considers new clients with products or services he feels a creative connection too, and can benefit from his design style and talent. His creative work has appeared in outdoor media, public transportation, TV/web commercials and more. Prior to going freelance Troy has held several key positions in sales and marketing for major brands, including working as a Regional Manager in the Lawyer Directory with, the nations leading publisher of legal books targeted at consumers. He also managed commercial advertising accounts for 16 first run movie theaters between Northern/Southern California. Troy Walker lives outside the box, and is not afraid of new and challenging opportunities to express his creativity through cutting edge technology and emerging brands that want to stand out in a crowded or untapped market. You can feel comfortable with Troy as he appreciates and understands the challenges that brands face and budget constraints during the world pandemic. It is his mission to be a brand ambassador for you, literally understanding your brand philosophy and product or service concepts.


Art Direction,Cartooning,Graphic Design

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