I never grew up imaging myself as a designer, or even an artist. I wanted to help people; I was planning on becoming a doctor. Joining the medical field was in my family, therefore, it was my destiny. From a very young age, I had my entire college career planned out, down to my masters program. Life, on the other hand, had another plan.
After graduating high school, I realized the medical field wasn't for me, which sent all my former plans out the window. After taking a year off, I discovered graphic design.
Now, 6 years later, I've graduated from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA with a degree in Graphic & Interactive Design. I've found my own kind of method and science within design, which always keeps me interested. There's a challenge with every project, and I am excited by finding solutions. Design is like it's own little equation just waiting to be solved.