About me

My path to becoming a designer was inevitable from the start: ever since I could pick up a pencil, I've been drawing, doodling, and coloring ideas on paper. By the age of 8 I was creating my own icons inspired by street signs, color palettes I was considering for my dream room, and designed my own characters, each with a visual color theme and an origin story. As I got older I eventually discovered that the things I loved to make go by a more formal name: concepts.

Intensive concept-building is at the heart of my design process and my vision as a designer is to solve problems with a thoughtful purpose and make an impact on the community. Over the years my design philosophy has become very simple: Concept is King. Successful design begins with meaningful and effective concepts.

On my spare time I'm an enthusiast of many creeds: I read comics/graphic novels and love to draw in a style that emulates them with the plan to publish my own someday. I'm a 'history buff' with a passion for 17th century and non-western history, an avid bookworm that usually has her nose in a mystery or historical fiction book and I enjoy doing home decor on a budget. I also love cooking and finding more cost-effective and inventive ways of doing it, I have an eclectic taste in music that ranges from RnB music to death metal, and I love shopping at thrift stores to find unique treasures to put in my home and closet.
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