My name is Gregory Pickett and I have over twenty years of experience in desktop publishing, web development and information technology. Please do view my work experience and larger freelance projects for more detailed information.
In 1987, I graduated from Bel Air High School and subsequently attended Harford Community College. I later graduated from the University of Georgia in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. In 2003, I graduated from the University of Baltimore with a Juris Doctorate and a Master in Business Administration. I subsequently passed the Maryland State Bar Examination and was admitted to the Bar of Maryland.
While attending the University of Georgia, I created and sold advertisements for University of Georgia Red & Black newspaper. In addition, I helped develop a public relations campaign for Northeast Georgia Girl Scout Council. After graduating from the University of Georgia, I worked on several internships. In 1993, I coordinated special events for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Georgia Chapter. Subsequently, I coordinated charity donations and media appearances for Six Flags Over Georgia. In 1994, I developed a media database for Federation of American Immigration Reform (FAIR) in Washington, D.C. In addition, I wrote articles for Washington Office Magazine's Baltimore edition of Welcome. I also tutored Algebra and English for Harford Community College (HCC) in Bel Air, Maryland.
In 1995, I created a logo for Clayton Landscaping Technologies in Lanham, Maryland. The following year I created a brochure for the Harford County Department of Parks & Recreation Soccer Program. In 1998, I created advertisements and flyers for Homewood Suites (BWI) in Linthicum, Maryland.
While attending law school at the University of Baltimore from 1999 — 2003, I created a sweatshirt logo for University of Baltimore Entertainment, Arts, & Sports Law Association (EASL), developed a website for Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA), and created campaign materials for University of Baltimore SBA presidential candidate Ted Tai. In addition, I was a Research Assistant for University of Baltimore Professor John Lynch. I have also designed Yellow Book advertisements for the chiropractic practice of Dr. William C. Pickett in Bel Air, Maryland (2002, 2005, 2007).
In 2007, I designed a brochure for the Maryland Golf and Country Club Ladies 18-Hole league. From 2007 — 2012, I developed websites for: 1) Gateway Church of Christ (GCOC) and Barren Creek Christian Academy (BCCA) in Mardela, Maryland; and 2) Traco Mortgage in Salisbury, Maryland. More recently, I provided a legal memo for a attorney that I am associated with dealing with "speedy trial" issues and the Sixth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Recently, I have created a flyer and PowerPoint presentation for my grandmother Katherine Endslow's 95th and 100th birthday celebrations. For my friend Susan Land, Esq. I developed the following: 1) a memorial poem for the late Judge Marvin Land; 2) a memorial poem for Sophie Land; 3) a 50th Birthday flyer and logo; and 4) a business card. In 2017, I created a logo for Triple Double Photography.