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Gordon Holman

Building inspired custom websites, animation & logo design in Portland since 2002.

Job Owner, Web Designer at SlickFish Studios

Lives In Deering Center, Portland

I am the owner and lead design at SlickFish Studios a small, creative website design company perched on Union Wharf in Portland's working waterfront. I hold degrees in visual arts and psychology from Bowdoin College, and a Master of Fine Arts in design & technology from Parsons School of Design in New York City.
 
SlickFish has designed and built hundreds of websites for our local Maine clients and those "from away". We are resolute in our mission to discover the best possible platforms for sharing the stories of our valued clients with the digital world.
 
When not in the office, I try to spend as many summer days as possible boating around the coast of Maine (frequently Boothbay Harbor), sampling fine food and drink, attending great concerts and contributing as much as possible to the art and technology buzz in this great city of ours. 
 

Why did you choose Portland? After finishing grad school and the "dot bomb" in NYC, I moved to Maine seeking a better quality of life and closer to the ocean.

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