My imagination has always been a driving force in my life. As far back as I can remember, I was constantly searching for new ways to create-- drawing on the walls, filling up disposable cameras, and designing sets for school plays. In every endeavor, I wanted to be fully immersed. Now, I no longer have to draw on walls, I get to sketch in sketchbooks and design logos, magazine layouts and package labels.
Staying inspired is crucial for any artist. The cultural relevance of Pop Art and the refined aesthetic of Minimalism have both been very influential on my design work. Pulling inspiration from the culture around me, I want my work to be accessible and relatable. I also want to keep my work simple and clean in it’s aesthetic. In design, I have always believed, simplicity is better.
My main source of inspiration is serving others. Talking and sharing ideas with people that have different world views will always bring a new perspective. I constantly try to incorporate this into my life, whether it be spiritually, emotionally, or artistically. Living in different cultures or simply meeting new people can spark even the slightest inspiration that will carry into many of my artwork; professionally or personally. Throughout my career, I want to work towards finding and creating new ways to incorporate art into serving and loving others. I hope my work will not only help others, but inspire others to do the same.
architecture / design
events / training
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