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Meet the Artists: David and Christina Wilkinson
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David and Christina Wilkinson are a husband and wife team who are professional artists. David is an award-winning wildlife and landscape photographer and Christina has been an artist since she was old enough to pick up crayons.

David grew up right outside of Yosemite National Park picking up his first camera when he was just 12 years-old. As an artist, his creative eye took him into the theatrical world where he worked as a lighting designer and the lighting director for EFX in Las Vegas, as well as programming lighting for Siegfried & Roy at Mirage Resorts. While working for Steve Wynn at The Mirage, David also worked freelance in lighting design for clients such as David Cassidy. David is also a wood laser artist, creating custom pieces out of wood. He is currently a full-time owner and graphic designer for Sabre Design of Groveland, California. ​

Christina is an award-winning artist and illustrator designing on a regular basis for the Hoover Dam Gift Shop at Hoover Dam, multiple veteran organizations to include Minus 22 and Women Veterans Alliance, as well as many local businesses such as Around the Horn Brewery, Trail Less Traveled Bike Store, The Grove Mercantile, Sonora Area Foundation, YES Partnership and many more. Christina also publishes two national publications for women veterans — AVOW Magazine and Women Veterans Magazine. ​

David and Christina’s past design clients with Sabre Design have included Siegfried & Roy, David Cassidy, Desi Arnaz Jr., Nancy Cartwright (voice of Bart Simpson), multiple well-known country and bluegrass musicians such as Vassar Clements, Glenn Duncan, Jeannie Sealy, Doyle Holly, Jesse McReynolds, Buddy Speicher; NASA, HBO (Sex & the City), Lance Burton, Steve Wynn and Mirage Resorts, World Poker Association, Death Valley National Park, Red Rock Canyon NRA, Kids Charities, KC Publications, Paul Oxman Publishing and many more. They have won multiple communications awards for their design work over the past three decades. 
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