I’m a freelance Graphic Designer
I started my exploration into design with the creation of a simple poster in high school. I was instantly hooked and decided to pursue a degree in graphic design. I wasn’t particularly computer savvy, but I loved manipulating type and graphic elements to make creative layouts and abstract art. After taking a number of art and design classes I concluded that print design would be my ultimate expertise, and I even vowed to never touch “coding” after failing a simple webpage project. Little did I know the world was moving away from print, and the digital revolution was only gaining momentum. Now I’m a full fledged web designer and developer, loving every bit of the design as well as the coding development of websites. However, I’m forever grateful for my aesthetic graphic design training that grounded me in design principles that I still use today. I still love designing logos and branding collateral for my clients.
A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.