This is my baby; this is where I create. This is the birth place of the "Hiding-in-the-Wrong-Place Club", currently being sold and exhibited in China. And this will be the birth place for many new collections of work in the field of brand identity, print design and illustrations.
After touring the city of Shenzhen and meeting the right people, I was hired immediately as the chief designer of a local design firm. The studio, named Puffant Visual Communications, was young and needed help with their brand identity, line of products and marketing material. So I signed an one-year contract, had my first landlord, attended my first wedding ceremony, and ate a turtle first time in my life. I worked in China.
Before I graduated from Emily Carr University, I came across the IdN Magazines and the visual content captivated me. After several email exchanges, I flew over and breathed the same air as the art director and the designers of this very magazine studio. For two months, I handled the online showcase and created advertisements and illustrated for trade shows and in-house. This internship made me realize my passions and strengthened my interests in design, and helped me get in touch with the creative forefront.
Mandarin (Fluent), English (Native), Japanese (Beginner), Cantonese (Beginner)