Morgan soon found herself back in Spokane, searching. She ended up at Eastern Washington University where she finished her history degree. Still a bit lost, she started collaborating with a friend who worked with her at The Shop, a local Spokane coffee shop in the Perry District. They were running a printing press and making small batch print jobs for local businesses. She became obsessed with the letters, shapes and subtle intricacies of typography. She fell in love with the creative process.
Her newfound hobby cast a light on her current direction. Soon, Morgan had enrolled in the graphic design program at SFCC. “It was really hard to convince my parents that this was a good move. Community college was not in their vocabulary.” But after an interview with graphic design instructor and eventual mentor, Greg Stiles, it became rather obvious it was what she wanted to do.