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Leah Fisher Arsenault

I'm trying to make it all happen.

Job Lead Designer • Photographer / iBec Creative • Leah Fisher Photography

Lives In East Bayside

Lead designer at iBec Creative. We specialize in websites + identity. 

Shot for Maine Magazine, The Fin Studio, Sperry Topsider, iBec Creative, Bangs Island Mussels, Better in French, and lots of Couples in love. I shoots documentary-style but come from a design background, so I believe in clean lines, symmetry, and visual order. 

Born and grew up in Maine, educated in Colorado, and lived in Alaska before moving back to the place I realized was home. 

Who are Portlanders you admire and why? I admire all the small business owners here. Without them Portland wouldn't feel like Portland.

Where's your "happy place" on the peninsula? The East End Beach and the trails that lead there.

What's the most under-appreciated place or thing in town? Willard beach. Why are people driving south to pay for parking when you can ride your bike to Willard from downtown?

Describe your perfect night—and the following morning—in Portland. I love the nights in the summer when I'm feeling a tiny bit sun burnt, riding around on my bike, drinking a little whiskey with friends. Brunch at Artemesia feels like being at your coolest friend's house for breakfast.

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