Visual communication has always been a big part of my life. I came across it naturally at the age of seven during grade school. Back in those early learning phases, you could find me tracing cover art from popular cartoons my peers and I were into at the time. Looking back, it didn’t occur to me that this was a way of visually communicating. Since then, I knew I wanted to become a graphic designer.

From the start of high school to the beginning of college, I discovered two additional creative mediums I have been consistently honing ever since; breakdancing and music production. Breakdancing would lead me to my first set of design projects. One essential example being an emblem logo for my dance crew. The latter of the two would eventually have me creating album covers for artists and my own personal music projects. Those initial projects helped to provide a starting foundation for me as well as a basic pathway I would use to begin pursuing the world of design.