Katrina Roberts joined the staff of Moxley Carmichael as a graphic and digital media designer in 2016. Her creative ideas, design talent and digital savviness make Katrina an indispensable part of the firm’s creative team.

For Katrina, excellent design is visual problem-solving at its finest with all of the elements combining to present the intended message. She likens the design process to piecing together a puzzle of colors and shapes, while keeping the client and targeted audience in mind.

Prior to joining Moxley Carmichael, she was the creative director for The Daily Beacon, the campus newspaper for the University of Tennessee. Beginning in December 2015, she served as an intern at Moxley Carmichael. After graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in English from UT in May 2016, Katrina joined the Moxley Carmichael team.

Katrina, who is from Nashville, was the salutatorian at Nashville School of the Arts, a public magnet high school for students interested in the arts. She was on staff at The Daily Beacon throughout her college career and was a two-time recipient of the Tennessee AP College Award for Best News Graphic Design/Illustration.

She has donated design services to The Amplifier, the newspaper that supports the homeless in our community, and designed the newsletter for The Joy of Music School, a local nonprofit that provides free music lessons and instruments to hundreds of financially disadvantaged children and teens. She also served as design editor and staff writer for Scoop, a magazine published for UT College of Communication & Information alumni, students and faculty.

Katrina now makes her home in Knoxville and enjoys reading and crafting.