Press coverage:
OPB - Oregon Art Beat Article
"Carly Sertic has been an integral part of Grimm's look starting with the pilot and throughout our 110 episodes to date. She created the wide variety of graphic styles integrated in the Grimm research books, which needed to feel like they were written/drawn by varying people over several millennia, and designed the graphics/signage required for the disparate new locations in each episode.

I have also hired her to create all of the graphics for a series of concerts that I have produced, which needed a look/feel that was drastically different from anything she created for Grimm.

She handled the needs of this wide spectrum of styles with ease and brings a fresh, creative perspective to everything she designs. I highly recommend her to anyone in need of a top-notch graphic designer who can meet even the tightest of deadlines without sacrificing quality. "

- Steve Oster - Producer GRIMM
"Carly has proven to be an invaluable asset to the marketing process of our most recent film. In the last several months, she has listened conscientiously to the parameters set for each design and then applied her own distinctive ideas within that framework. By bringing creative insight to her projects and speedily turning around designs, Carly is able to do quality and personalized work while keeping pace with the continuous updates required for industry-related marketing materials."
- Elle Martini - Director on Person, Place or Thing.
"Carly excels in media design, writing, research, cinematography, producing, directing and editing. She is truly multitalented. Her greatest talent may be that she employs her many talents to make media, art, and design that engages and transforms viewers and tells stories that make a difference. I asked Carly to design a logo for my company and the artistic design treatment of interviews, titles, credits and cover and DVD artwork. Not only did she accomplish great design work aesthetically, but she interpreted and integrated the socially progressive mission and character of the company and the project into the design." 
- Daniel L. Miller, Ph.D. Associate Professor, University of Oregon and Producer/Director at Fire River Productions.​​​​​​​

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