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About Darryl

Hi, my name is Darryl Luscombe. I grew up in Australia and moved to Canada 19 years ago. Since then, I have worked as a scientist, campaigner, researcher, graphic designer, photographer, an administrator of a Waterworks improvement District and as an IT/computer support person. I now live and work in Trail, BC after spending most of the last decade living in Sointula, BC.

My recent work includes the new Affordable Housing Directory for the Lower Columbia Region website, the 2019 Malcolm Island (Sointula) tourist brochure and website and the info-graphics for the exhibit on Diners from the 50's, 60's and 70's at the Trail Museum.

I am also currently on the Boards of the Trail Historical Society and CETUS Society.

Stuff I do...

Graphic Design



Web development

Office Administration

IT Support

My Services

From the web to print to research and IT support.


Websites hand crafted to your requirements. From design to coding and all with a smiple and easy to use backend that enables trouble-free editing of your content.

Design & Photography

For all your print and web work. Including, tourism brochures, info graphics, banners, signs. business cards, t-shirts, calendars, etc. Also spicialize in old photograph restoration.


In depth research, analysis and data reduction on a wide array of topics including Environmental Analysis, Census data extraction and consolidation, technical documentation, historical research and presenting complex scientific data in an accessible manner. 

IT Support

Darryl has an extensive knowledge of Windows computer systems and is currently completing the Google IT Support Professional Certification. Knowledge includes data recovery, virus &malware removal, upgrading hardware and solving those tricky computer problems that can drive you crazy.


A selection of some of my recent work.

Contact Darryl

Have a question or need more information? Drop me an email and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

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