The Curious Creative

Unapologetically Creative

The Curious Creative is a freelance designer, with a vibrant, modern aesthetic who specializes in visual storytelling and strategic design.

"When life spits me out, I'll be satisfied knowing that I lived life on my terms. I never lost myself without finding a way back. Everything I wanted to accomplish, I put my heart, mind, and soul into."


Back in Brooklyn.

Back in Brooklyn.

Tami Adair

The Curious Creative

I began my creative life drawing architectural elevations and floorplans of single-family homes, while building intricate houses out of LEGOS. When boredom crept in, only doodling fashion sketches and 2-point perspective drawings kept me at ease. At the age of 14, I learned to express myself by penning Shakespearean sonnets. When I wasn't playing sports all-year-round (volleyball was my jam), I was devouring every book I could get my hands on and memorizing the lines to my favorite movies, like the characters were my best friends.

It's no wonder I became so adamant about going to Savannah College of Art & Design when the time came to pick a college. Yet I was completely indecisive in terms of settling on a career. I graduated with a BFA in Film & Television and video editing as my speciality, working for two years at a couple of corporate video production shops in DC before I gave it up for design.

After working my way up designing for small businesses and medium-sized nonprofits to high-profile Fortune 500 brands and global agencies, I'm now known as the Queen of Clean by my handlers. For the past 7 years, I've created engaging and enlightening content for digital, print, and social outlets across all platforms and devices. Now I seek to make my mark as a writer/editor through online media or publishing. Whichever comes first.

"It’s daring to be curious about the unknown, to dream big dreams, to live outside prescribed boxes, to take risks, and above all, daring to investigate the way we live until we discover the deepest treasured purpose of why we are here." ~ Luci Swindoll, Author

"Amy Winehouse Art" photo by Tom Eversley