Alexis Mayotte was born and raised in small town, Oregon. She grew up learning the arts from an inspiring family of painters, artists and musicians. Throughout her adolescence, her passion and perseverance was evident. She was involved in the young TAG program, was nominated into multiple Oregon Writer’s Festivals and was frequently found on the honor roll or student of the month.

In her senior year of high school, she discovered her passion for photography and graphic design through the yearbook committee. Through computer graphics, she was able to combine traditional art techniques she had learned growing up, but with the modern and quick execution of a computer. Technology and art melded flawlessly together and a new passion was ignited.


Alexis continued her education at Rogue Community College where she obtained her prerequisite courses for a Bachelor of Arts degree. She transferred to Southern New Hampshire University with Phi Theta Kappa recognition and continued her education online where she majored in Graphic Design & Media Arts and minored in Marketing.

During her first year at SNHU, and only a couple terms into her graphic design courses, Alexis obtained her first full-time job as a production graphic designer. She quickly learned the importance of balancing quality and speed in her work and gained first-hand experience with one-on-one client interactions.

After graduating in 2016 with a Bachelor Degree and Cum Laude honors, she continued to grow her career and switched to freelance design. She began working with Racila Design and gained vital experience creating logos and branding, business collateral, print and digital media, packaging and marketing materials for Holland Partner Group.

She spent the next two years working full-time for the popular online website, MustHaveMenus.com. Here she created custom menus for VIP clients, designed menu, business card and flyer templates for DIY clients and worked on internal projects and social media marketing for the company.


Alexis eats, sleeps and breathes design. To her, it is not just a career, but a passion. She loves design not only for what it is, but what it can do for people.