I’m a recent graduate from Tyler School of Art and also currently working as a graphic designer. I love the absurd, unpredictable and adventurous, both in life and design.
Growing up in a family of makers, artists, and farmers, I developed a love for the handmade. I draw the greatest satisfaction from working with my hands, whether its scheming up complex packaging, getting messy with clay or hammering on some silver. I’m also enjoying translating that inclination to animation, interactive and experiential design.
I’ve been known to travel abroad alone, staying at strange hostels, collecting names and making new friends along the way.
I find myself constantly amazed by just how powerful design can be. My ultimate career goal is to do good work for good causes. Now, I'm looking for my next challenge and open to a change of scenery.
Things I dig: Rusty metal, keys, corny jokes, playfulness, and dogs.
Things I don’t really dig: Bad attitudes, dull kitchen knives,