For over 60 years, Charlie Knight has designed things and used his creative talents to draw and concieve projects. He worked on Church newsletters and then town events and signs while a correspondence student with Famous Artists Schools and knew Norman Rockwell as a friend and one who seeme to like his work. He did designs for resort hotels, and the Knox Trail reenactment and for many a non-profit. He designed the logo for the Berkshire County Walk for the Homeless and then became homeless himself and has been a part of solutions for the homeless in Hampden, Fraklin, Hampshire and Berkshire Counties. Recently he has taken courses and trainings in Architectural Design, Construction Skills and Green Skills. His desire is to help you achieve your goals by communicating graphically the dreams you have for a better life for all.