Creative Director 

Graphic & Web Designer

Local & Nationwide Design Services

Call/Text: (574) 780-6144

Local & Nationwide Design Services

Call/Text: (574) 780-6144

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Mixed Medium Design

Graphic Designer

Website Design 

Digital & Print Design

Digital Wolf Network

Creative Director

Magazine & Podcast
Art Gallery (The Native Nook)


Art Beats Stigma

Creative Director

Using art to beat stigma of mental health and substance abuse.


Jessica Shafer is native to Rochester, Indiana and since 2016, has been a small business owner of Mixed Medium Design. Her fascination for computers at an early age was the blossom to her passion for design and art, paving the road to where she is today. Jessica studied Studio Art at Indiana University in Bloomington and Indiana University South Bend. Jessica is an Interior Design Consultant at the House of Decor.


By focusing on Graphic and Web Design, she creates projects like logos and business cards, websites, advertising, signs and flags, decals and stickers, and apparel along with mixed medium projects. She is able to provide custom and professional design services to those local and nationwide.


In addition to her love for design, Digital Wolf Magazine was started in 2018 and grew in 2020 as Digital Wolf Network; a media entity that includes Digital Wolf Magazine and Digital Wolf Podcast. Whether you prefer to read or listen, the focus is on art, community, and collaboration while highlighting the inspiring unique abilities and contributions of creative individuals from all walks of life. 

Jessica is the owner of The Native Nook located at 616 Main Street in Rochester, Indiana. THE NATIVE NOOK is a centralized hub for all projects related to Digital Wolf Network as well as a dynamic art gallery. This venue helps to foster the creative side of local and nationwide artists and is a directory of art projects and organizations to link creatives together. The Native Nook is a home to an evening and weekend art gallery that gives local artists a new location to showcase and sell their art to Rochester and surrounding communities. 


She remains a huge advocate of supporting mental health and substance use awareness, being a patron of the community, and encouraging others with art and design. Art Beats Stigma is organizations she is involved in that support Art Awareness.