Clinton Billa- Graphic Designer

Are you looking for a graphic designer with an adaptive mind? Someone who is always up for a challenge? A person who strives to always live creatively? An artist who is not intimidated by the daily grind and is not afraid to burn the midnight oil and get things done?

Well, you’ve come to the right place!

My name is Clinton Billa and I am excited to work with you! I am a Chicagoland native who attended The Illinois Institute of Art, where I received a B.A. in Graphic Design. After living for a few years in Virginia, I now reside in Cary with my wife and the world’s two best dogs.

I love doing pretty much anything that allows me to express myself creatively or expand my skills. I play bass, the trumpet, and love singing whenever I get the chance! (Karaoke, anyone?) My spare time is often spent working on my car or sewing or playing hockey. (Go Blackhawks!)

I have years of industry experience doing both in-house design as a Marketing Director and as a freelancer.As you will see, I have worked with different media and across many fields. As a person who always enjoys learning something new, I never turn down the chance to try something that will challenge me.

I am eager to work with you to define your vision for your marketing and turn it into a reality!


“Design is a formal response to a strategic question.” —Mariona Lopez

Print Design projects tend to be some of my favorite jobs. There is just something about taking an idea from a client’s head and working with them to turn it into a tangible print that they love. I started in print design (as I’m sure many have) and because of that it is still my current favorite. I have worked with everything from business and corporate designs to completely artistic and freeform so nothing is off the table when it comes to design. Take a peek and I hope you like what you see.


“Everything is designed, few things are designed well.” —Brian Reed

The internet has become the window for people to view the world, and people are really starting to care what others see. This holds true nowhere more than the business world. If people want to know about your company or your business they look for you on the web. If you aren’t there then they look elsewhere, and if you have a terrible website, well then they get a giggle and then still look elsewhere. The digital world and how you and your content are viewed is extremely important for everything from sales to growth. Even if it’s not a full website but merely a marketing email, this to holds true. In order for people to respond to your email you have to have your content displayed in an eye catching and effective way. I have spent years learning and growing with the digital industry, and am excited for whatever is next in store.