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Like many designers, it was easy to find my passion. It was simple to understand, I use my hands more than most, I can take a white page and turn it into a message, and my brain works differently than those around me. When I was 15, I knew I wanted to be an artist, but eating is a huge priority. Therefore, a starv… Read More
Like many designers, it was easy to find my passion. It was simple to understand, I use my hands more than most, I can take a white page and turn it into a message, and my brain works differently than those around me. When I was 15, I knew I wanted to be an artist, but eating is a huge priority. Therefore, a starving artist was just not an option for me.

I chose to attend a technical high school for a program called Graphic Commercial Art. I was 15. Now, at the old age of 25, that was one of the most important decisions I have made. It took me one step closer to living my dream life. In June 2009 I earned my AAS from Sinclair Community College and December 2011 I graduated the University of Dayton with my BFA.

Out in the real world, I have been able to nurture my love for traveling, biking, snowboarding, hand lettering, interior decorating, hiking, and training for my first marathon! Somehow my fingernails almost always match my outfit and color coordination is one of my keys to success. I will probably never take a normal photograph and taking things too seriously is highly overrated. Laughing is one of my favorite things to do and sending a smile in a strangers direction will almost always brighten their day. Read Less
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    Mandalay Baseball Properties — USA
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    VaynerMedia — San Francisco, CA, USA
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There is nothing more frightful to a designer, writer, artist or philosopher than blank space - a white piece of paper. This fear is fueled by the fact that it is our job to fill that space. And not just fill the space, but to fill the space with information that has meaning, influence and innovation. Intimidating… Read More
There is nothing more frightful to a designer, writer, artist or philosopher than blank space - a white piece of paper. This fear is fueled by the fact that it is our job to fill that space. And not just fill the space, but to fill the space with information that has meaning, influence and innovation. Intimidating, yes; impossible, no. Read Less
Member Since: Aug 11, 2012