About Myself

There are only two things that I've loved throughout my entire life: art and motorcycles.

Tricia Baugher

Graphic Designer

I am a graphic designer with a passion for the motorcycle/motorsports culture and industry. I enjoy designing for a variety of media: print, web and apparel.

I currently work within the automotive industry as a Graphic Designer at Turn5.com in Malvern, PA that owns e-commerce stores AmericanMuscle.com and ExtremeTerrain.com. In addition, I volunteer for the Aid to Injured Riders [AIR] nonprofit to fundraise for injured flat track motorcycle racers and design apparel and merchandise for Throttle Down Speed Co. Being a graphic design intern at the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix [BGP] in downtown Baltimore, MD was also a career highlight. I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art [BFA] from the Maryland Institute College of Art [MICA]. I own a 1974 Honda CB360 and all that I want to do is be around motorcycles and design.

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Photo Compositing + Photo Retouching


Logo Creation + Vector Apparel Designs


Print Catalog Design + Promotional Materials

Web Design

Designing Layouts for Brand Websites + Custom Landing Pages

My Expertise

Print Design + Typography

Clean, minimal layout design with a focus on typography has always been one of my favorite aspects of design. Whether it be headline copy on an photograph, or paragraphs of copy arranged in a an editorial spread, I have always been interested in designing innovative layouts. These skills have been implemented in print catalogs, print advertisements and additional promotional materials.

Web Design + Layout

Designing for the web for both desktop and mobile applications has been a strength of mine due to my minimalist design aesthetic. Developing and following brand manuals while focusing on the details is key. I've collaborated with developers to launch several brand sites including Turn5.com, BamaPerformance.com, ModernMuscleDesign.com, Raxiom.com, BarricadeOffRoad.com and MammothOffRoad.com

Apparel Design

Whether I am designing t-shirt vector graphics, choosing Pantones, or mocking up final designs for printers, apparel design has been one of my most enjoyable creative outlets. My designs have originated from various applications including drawings and sketches. Apparel has also been the primary source of personal creative inspiration. My apparel designs are currently on the market via AmericanMuscle.com, ExtremeTerrain.com and ThrottleDownSpeedCo.com

Photo Compositing

Many web and print graphics have been made with the creation of realistic photo composites. Primarily composited in Adobe Photoshop, these images are created by using a combination of studio photography, stock photography, vector graphics/textures designed in Adobe Illustrator and KeyShot renders. My photo composites have been printed in store catalogs and promotional calendars.

Fast-Paced Multitasker

I thrive for a fast-paced environment, surrounded by passionate teammates. Multitasking projects is always how I have survived and thrived in the workplace. I enjoy working on a variety of projects at once, I am detail-oriented while still being able to see the overall picture, communicate effectively and I am a pro at staying on top of deadlines.

Primary projects

Work Experience

My desire for a fast-paced work environment and an interest in the automotive/motorsports industry has lead me to some solid employers.

July 2012 Present

Turn5 Inc.

Graphic Designer

Designing various marketing graphics, web banners, logos, apparel, merchandise, event promotional materials, etc., from conception to completion for the aftermarket automotive industry. Conceptualizing and designing seasonal print catalogs for AmericanMuscle.com and ExtremeTerrain.com. Lead designer for developing and designing apparel for ExtremeTerrain.com and AmericanMuscle.com including women’s and men’s t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats and beanies Collaborating with developers to manage, design and develop unique brand websites.

June 2011 Sept. 2011

Baltimore Grand Prix

Graphic Design Intern

Worked in a fast-paced environment alongside the marketing team to advertise and promote the Inaugural 2011 Baltimore Grand Prix. Designed promotional materials that include a trailer wrap to market the race weekend at special events, an aerial sky banner that flew over the Ocean City, MD area, charity ball tickets, armed forces flyers and vouchers and print and web banner ads.

July 2014 Present

Throttle Down Speed Co.

Co-Founder, Creative Lead

Co-Founder of ThrottleDownSpeedCo.com, a lifestlye brand developed to embrace the motorcycle and racing culture. Responsible for all things creative with this brand including logo development, apparel design, packaging design, directing photo shoots and co-managing social media accounts. This side gig is an additional creative outlet for my passion for motosports and the culture.

June 2014 Present

Aid to Injured Riders [AIR]

Graphic Designer

AIR is a non-profit organization that raises money for injured AMA Pro Flat Track motorcycle racers. I have done several creative projects with AIR primarily to promote the 2014 set of AIR Flat Track Trading Cards I had designed for the organization. Gathering information with the AIR team, designing and communicating with print vendors were the main tasks in creating the 76-rider deck of cards. I participate in various fundraisers and events with the AIR team as well as marketing and selling the trading cards.

Get In Touch

I'd be happy to talk about any of my previous projects, as well as discuss any future opportunities you may have in mind. Please email me at tricia@triciabaugher.com.

View all of my most recent works at triciabaugher.blogspot.com.