With 20 years as a designer and creative director, Laura Marr has won national and international awards—most recently winning at the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Richmond GRADE Awards. Laura is passionate about finding solutions that are relevant, intelligent and accessible for her clients.

As a graphic design consultant, Laura has worked with a wide variety of clients, including The American Civil War Museum, Richmond Ballet, The Virginia Association of Museums, The Smithsonian Institute, Baskerville Architects, The University of Texas Performing Arts Center, The Rosewell Foundation, and more. Laura is also an award-winning illustrator and fine artist.


Laura is the author of Inky Richmond, a coloring book that highlights some of the most beloved sites and landmarks in Richmond, Virginia. The book was inspired by Laura’s love of sketching in her travel journal.

She has illustrated for magazines, children’s books, greeting card companies, and for clients such as McGraw-Hill, Pampers, The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, and more. Laura has been an Illustration Forum Panelist Speaker to the Art Institutes of America Design Faculty. She holds a BFA in Graphic Design & Illustration from Baylor University, with additional study at the Santa Reparata School of Art in Florence, Italy.




Main site photography by Penelope Carrington Wallace