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Creativity should be limitless... and I embody this mindset in every new venture I take on. I have limits but I am always willing to push them and step outside my comfort zone for the sake of experience and discovering new creative outlets.
The only way I feel that I am performing to my fullest ability is if I … Read More
Creativity should be limitless... and I embody this mindset in every new venture I take on. I have limits but I am always willing to push them and step outside my comfort zone for the sake of experience and discovering new creative outlets.
The only way I feel that I am performing to my fullest ability is if I am tackling something at least slightly unfamiliar and my knowledge . My goal is to use at least a little more than 10% of my brain and every situation can be utilized as a valuable lesson if I keep my mind open enough to try it. My experience thus far has led me to the realization that creative design is a cumulative process; that is, every idea forms the "scaffolding" of the next. If an idea is built well, each prior idea should easily give way to a wide variation of new ideas derived from one common point - like the branch and root system of a tree... Read Less
I graduated from Temple University's School of Communications with a bachelor's in Advertising (Art Direction) I see my degree not as a category that I must remain in; it's merely a starting point to a life-long learning process. Since graduation, I have (at my own pace) begun to explore the world of Freelance des… Read More
I graduated from Temple University's School of Communications with a bachelor's in Advertising (Art Direction) I see my degree not as a category that I must remain in; it's merely a starting point to a life-long learning process. Since graduation, I have (at my own pace) begun to explore the world of Freelance design work. In addition to the skills my degree afforded me, I have also developed a passion for designing and creating jewelry, clocks, and various other functionally decorative pieces; most of which I use discarded, recycled, and re-purposed materials. Read Less
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