I spent six years as a visual designer who specialized in creating patterns. The repetition in my work helped me combine logic with creativity to pinpoint any problems in fine detail. After awhile, I began volunteering in my city. I noticed that I enjoyed working on different projects, such as creating a wireframe for an art gallery's website to designing flyers for local musicians. I saw the value in diverse community and decided to pursue a higher education and received my MS in the Human Factors in Information Design program at Bentley University.
I have an off-beat style and like to work in different mediums from digital illustration to watercolor and gouache painting. I love learning new things and figuring out how to simplify complicated processes.