About

Lauren Hill is a multidisciplinary artist, graphic designer, and arts educator. After teaching foundational studio art courses for three years at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida, she expanded her work experience in Texas to include interpretive exhibit design, project management, art handling and preparation, publication design, branding, and web design. 


Working with artists and business owners on promotional and educational publications is as rewarding as it gets. At the Museum of Texas Tech and UMLAUF Sculpture Garden + Museum, Lauren led conceptual development and designed media for large-scale exhibitions such as Michael Ray Charles and The Texas Liberator: Witness to the Holocaust. Recently, she has focused on branding and web design for small business owners and non-profits. Promoting arts education is the highlight of her career.


Lauren has freshly relocated from Austin, Texas to Orlando, Florida, where she lives with her husband, 2 cats, and baby Frankie.