Headshots

Headshots by CD AustinWhether you need a simple headshot, a power shot, or something special, CD Austin can help make it happen. We have a studio in-house, or a mobile headshot studio that we’re happy to bring to your place of business. We can also meet out of the office and do in-situ shots using…

Clients

CD Austin ClientsCD Austin is so fortunate to have worked with more than a thousand clients over the years. Here are just a few. Say hello if you’re interested in building something great together.

Texas Association of Nurse Anesthetists

CLIENTTexas Association of Nurse AnesthetistsLOCATIONThe State of TexasDATESSince 2018DESCRIPTIONTxANA works to promote the interests of the nearly 5,000 Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) here in Texas. Working with our friends at JWH Communications, CD Austin was asked to create an original explainer video to build awareness of the CRNA profession. We created the artwork and…

Videos

Welcome to the CD Austin ReelWhile videos are a relatively new addition to the CD Austin toolbox, we’ve been gaining a reputation for producing engaging, memorable work. Some are completed in-house, while others are the product of selective partnerships with other video producers, but CD Austin is a major contributor to each video on this…

Politics

PROJECTPolitical Graphic DesignHOW WE WORKCD Austin has been in politics since 2005 and has a proud history of working with and for candidates at all levels of government, from county judges to the US presidency. Much of this is done in collaboration with political PR and campaign management firms. CD Austin supports rational candidates who…

Aycock Christmas Cards

CLIENTAycock Christmas CardsLOCATIONThe Great State of TexasDATES2007-2015WEBSITEMarie’s KitchenDESCRIPTIONJimmie Don Aycock served in the Texas Legislature for 10 years starting in 2007. CD Austin had been working on the Aycocks’ campaign materials since 2005 when they approached us about designing their first Christmas card — Christmas cards are a BIG deal among Texas lawmakers. Marie Aycock…