“Vision is the art of seeing the invisible.” -Jonathon Swift

Like all the best designers, Chase has been intrigued and influenced by art for as long as he can remember. Being creative is in his blood. Since childhood, Chase had dreamed of incorporating his own creations into a viable career.

While in high school, Chase picked up photography as a hobby that eventually led him to specialize in artistic scenic shots while also dabbling in event photography.

Chase also took an interest in digital video and would regularly develop edits of his friends’ daredevil antics on skateboards and BMX bikes. One particular film won Chase a third place prize package from Vital BMX in a national video contest.

After graduating high school, Chase started to explore other ways to advance his interests in art and design, leading him to Liquis Design as the Web and graphic design intern.

Chase brings fresh creative thinking to active projects, assists on Web development tasks, tackles photography and video editing, and also gets involved with Liquis Ed. sessions where team members cross-train each other on their specialties.


Bueller? Bueller?

In high school, I often ditched class to go hang out in my information technologies classroom.


This is all happening so fast.

In 2008, when I was only fourteen years old, I became an uncle! I now have two great nephews.


Anyone need a stunt double?

I’ve always enjoyed adrenaline rushes - anything from speeding down the slopes on a snowboard to jumping bikes off a cliff into the lake.


But I'm an old soul too.

You can regularly find me playing golf at the country club, or casting a line out at the lake.


Keep the face on my food, please.

I love seafood, especially lobster.


Vroom, Vroom.

I love cars. All kinds of cars. Cars are awesome.



Music is a huge part of my life... leading to dozens of concerts... one of which I became an official stage diver.


Everybody relax.

I'm CPR certified.


Sometimes you feel like a nut.

I am kind of addicted to candy.


I don't want to sound like a badass, but I eject my USB without removing it safely.

There was not a semester in high school that I wasn’t involved in a computer-based class.


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