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Welcome to James Joseph Designs! My name is James Sabulsky, and I’m the founder of James Joseph Designs and Photography.
Who am I? I am a photographer. A graphic designer. An artist who once worked for Disney. A history geek who vigorously supports community projects. A Yinzer – and proud of it! A coffee connoisseur and a Lover of Great Food. A quintessential American of Irish, German, and Russian stock. Above all, I am detail-driven creator of things soulful and beautiful. Art is my passion.
A little more about my background -- I hold an Associate’s Degree in Graphic Arts from Oakbridge Academy of Arts, and since 2005 have been performing freelance work for several companies throughout the United States. I am currently pursuing a Business Marketing degree and web design certificate from Westmoreland County Community College. I am proud to have had the opportunity to work as an artist at the Walt Disney Company, where I assisted on several freelance projects, and served as an instructor teaching guests how to draw various characters. And I am more than thrilled to now be at the helm of my own company.
Apart from professional and educational pursuits, I devote much of my free time to photography, capturing the unique vibrancy of Pittsburgh and the intense beauty of the nature that surrounds us. On the side, I have a passion for travel, history and community projects. I love to observe and seize the world as it exists in the present while exploring our past. I have had the privilege of journeying up, down, and throughout the East Coast and mid-Atlantic region, visiting National Parks and historic small towns. Locally, I am very pleased to be at the reins of a non-profit historical society, which aims to preserve, promote, protect, and encourage the rich and diverse history of my area, for today and for future generations to enjoy and benefit from.
"Remember the two benefits of failure. First, if you do fail, you learn what doesn’t work; and second, the failure gives you the opportunity to try a new approach." -- Roger Von Oech