About Jazzy

Just be like the water and go with the flow, y'know?

Jazzy Carter, AKA Jazzy Okami* is a doodler who's work consists of illustrations, graphic design,
& motion graphics.

Jazzy was born in Virginia, then moved to the tiny town of Sebastian Florida when she was 4. She
received her Associates degree in Graphic Design at Indian River State College in Ft. Pierce, FL.

After a short hiatus working retail at Disney World in Orlando FL, she moved to Columbus Ohio to attend Columbus College of Art & Design in 2016. There, she obtained her Bachelors in Advertising &
Graphic Design in 2018.
 

When she's not creating pieces, she enjoys watching animated films/shows, music, video games, & sweets many a kind. (She's also one of the biggest Square Enix/Final Fantasy, & Studio Ghibli fans.)

Jazzy loves to experiment & collaborate, as it gives her the chance to get to know other artists & create friendships as well as awesome pieces for all
to enjoy!

She aspires to become a concept artist & promotional designer for music, gaming & entertainment (& eventually, an art director). 

*'Okami' means 'wolf' in Japanese; Jazzy's favorite animal, & one of her favorite video games.

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Jazzy Okami is currently a designer for
500 Degrees Design Studio.
While there, she has provided concept art, graphic designs, animations, & illustrations for brands such as Popeyes, Burger King, & Tim Hortons. This involves making assets for web, social media, print/ signage for
in-restaurant & out-of-home,
& packaging.

She also freelances on the side & has created album/single covers, apparel, merchandise, outdoor murals, & site banners.

The Artist At Work

Jazzy's Worked With

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“And now here is my secret, a very simple secret: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” 
 

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince