At Made in Chynnah Creatives I’m bringing forth innovation. I offer a wide variety of graphic design options for your business needs as well as provide competitively priced, high quality printing services for local clients, and will ensure that I make your experience and product as personal and unique as possible. I also am a proficient writer and editor, and can copyedit a variety of documents in a timely fashion. Ghostwriting services are also available, where I can provide conclusive, compelling pieces for your needs. Grant writing services will also be provided in the near future.
“Made in Chynnah Creatives excellent products and services in a timely and satisfactory manner. Her in-depth grasp of clients’ needs and the potential for expansion are without peer.” – Rev. Leo Woodberry, Woodberry and Associates, Florence, SC.
I, Chynnah Tomlin, was born into a military family in Boston, Massachusetts. From there, I lived in various states throughout the country and received my secondary education on the beautiful island of Sicily, Italy. I relocated to Florence, South Carolina to study English and African American Literature and Studies at Francis Marion University. Since coming back to the States, I’ve been involved in a variety of activities, from the Francis Marion University Student Alumni Association to the SC Clean Energy Coalition. I’ve been practicing graphic design since 2008, and take great joy and pride in my work.
Made in Chynnah Creatives was developed in order to conglomerate all of my skills in one space. I’ve spent the greater part of my life in a variety of different places and had many different experiences that make me as a person much like my name, unique. I strive to bring this distinctive character into all of my projects and endeavors, and hope to expand MICC to a variety of different markets to essentially show you, my client, who I am as a person, a brand, and a business. On this website you will find a portfolio of my work, a blog following my interests and current endeavors (primarily with the SC Clean Energy Coalition and SC Environmental Justice Network), and of course, a catalog of my services. In coming months, MICC will be producing a weekly podcast geared toward millenial African Americans covering a variety of topics, including entertainment, politics, and social issues.
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