Graphic Design


Creative Direction

Branding + Identity


Web Design

Content Curation & Creation


made with love

I love helping brands make meaningful connections through visual experiences, storytelling and innovative ideas.  

Whether it's a hand-crafted design for your website or a creative print campaign to increase engagement, let's make something that speaks authentically from the heart of your brand.



I believe that design is a powerful tool for social change and love helping mission-driven businesses and organizations make a positive impact in the world. 

I love projects that value people over profit, plant-based living, earth-friendly efforts, innovation, authenticity, compassion and equality & empowerment for all ❤

clients + creative collaborators

Select Clients 

the City of Seattle


206 inc

Visit Seattle Magazine


The Creative Group

Firebelly Design


My clients are the best! They are...  


 Published In

 Sasquatch Books
 Chickpea Magazine
 Driftwood Magazine

Happy clients


Working with Kat has been the best experience I've had working with a designer. She truly exemplifies the qualities you so often see in resumes that you can typically only take with a grain of salt. She is extremely talented, reliable, fast, efficient, good listener, friendly, patient, smart, etc. I could keep going.  Once again she fully exceeded my expectations. 

             — Carol Ann Andrufski, Washington Energy Services



Kat is an extremely talented designer and strong leader with amazing ideas. She brings a wealth of experience to her work and a unique design style that can't be matched. She would be an asset to any company looking to fill a creative leadership role because she's a designer that can forge their own path.

           — Amy Balliett, Killer Infographics



Kat Marshello has been very good to work with. She has a great style, and is very curious, open and engaged. She has gone to great lengths to find out what was the core of what I wanted for the site, and has solved all conceptual and technical problems on the way.

             — Kasper Leick, Independent Film Editor