Meet Amy Timmons:

Free-lance Graphic & Web Designer and Owner of evolutioneyes design


Qualifications and Experience

Amy TimmonsOver the last 12 years, I’ve worked in the following roles: graphic/print designer, web designer, event planner, project manager, copy editor and marketing coordinator. My experience includes working as an in-house designer and marketing coordinator for non-profits, small businesses and advertising agencies. For the past 6 years, I have worked as an independent contractor and free-lance graphic and web designer.

For the past 4 years, I have focused on designing WordPress websites, print collateral and Social Media Platforms for a variety of small businesses. I have come to specialize with the following: non-profits, health and wellness centers, art galleries, educational institutions and companies dedicated to sustainability.

I work independently, as well as with a team of free-lance designers and web developers if the job calls for a team effort.


In 2002, I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a double Bachelor’s in Art Studio and Advertising, emphasis in Graphic Design and Creative Writing. In 2010, I completed a one-year Web Design and Developer Certification from the University of Arizona.

Other Passions

I moved to Tucson, Arizona in the fall of 2003 and fell in love with the desert, and the amazing community of people in Tucson that have supported and encouraged me on my path of self-discovery.

In 2006, I traveled with a dear friend to Thailand and India. I stayed on a permaculture farm in Thailand and was inspired by the beautiful countryside and sustainable practices of the farm. In India, I completed a 10-day Vipasana Meditation retreat and attended teachings given by H.H. The Dalai Lama at his temple in Dharmsala.

My travels inspired me to study yoga, meditation and permaculture. I completed a 200-hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training program in 2008; a 250-hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in 2008; a 72-hour Permaculture Certification in 2009 and a 1,000-hour Wholistic Health Coaching Program in 2012.

I moved to Boulder, CO in May of 2012. Another chapter is unfolding…