at · el · ier [at-l-yey, at-l-yey; Fr. at · uh-lyey]
- noun, plural at · el · iers
a workshop or studio, esp. of an artist, artisan, or designer.
Origin : [French 1830-1840, from Old French astelier]
George C. Mitchell, Jr., George Clarence, is a native of Michigan and still makes his home there. A graphic designer for 10 years and a photographer for more than 4, his passion is communicating with people in common, everyday ways and in ways that are non-traditional.
A graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Tele-Communications and Film, he has always looked for ways to help people connect with each other in ways that clarify, explain, warm the heart, inform, explode boundaries and create lasting memories.
His keen sense of understanding people’s needs and desires has helped him develop George Clarence Atelier, where communications media merge with style, sophistication and elegance. Whether working in print or photography, he is able to create lasting artistry for his clients that is matchless in quality and highly desirable by those with discriminating tastes!
George’s passion is communicating with people!