Hi there!

My name is  DeannaAlexander.

I’m a digital artist and illustrator from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, now residing in Austin Texas. Fair warning, I can be pretty .

My story begins as a child, circa 1999, when I picked up some early version of Adobe Photoshop for the first time. Even from such a young age I found great joy in helping my dad clean up promotional photos of his eBay listings, and eventually learned how to make my own pixel art, and animated gifs. The flashier, the better! I had picked up other artistic mediums before this, but something about digital art really grabbed my interest. If you're still reading, and you're interested in having a chat, feel free to contact me! ;)

  • The University of Austin - Austin, TX - 2020-2021
  • Pittsburgh Technical Institute - Pittsburgh, PA - 2012-2013
  • Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts High School - Pittsburgh, PA - 2011-2012
  • Fox Chapel Area High School - Pittsburgh, PA - 2008-2011

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