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About Me

A brief history...


I consider myself an artist, graphic designer, and photographer. I am always thinking and observing. I love to take in the world around me each day. The energy and beauty that I see is what I put into my artwork.


In high school I took an International Baccalaureate art class. I was free to create my own projects with guidance from the professor. My classmates' styles, as well as my own, developed over the course of the two year period. We were assessed on our portfolios by IB judges the spring before graduation. We also hosted our own art show out in the community. We rented a space, planned the exhibit, and executed the installation together. This was my first chance to share my original work publicly and it fueled my passion!


I had more opportunities when I transferred to SUNY Oneonta after community college. I truly enjoyed studying art and design. With hard work and time well spent, I flourished in studio art classes and began taking computer art classes. Through hard work, I had the opportunity to share my best pieces in the annual Juried Student Art Show on campus two years in a row. This was great exposure to the Oneonta faculty, alumni, and students.


I graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor’s of Art in Computer Art. Since then, I have worked as a Creative Designer, a Freelance Designer, a UX/UI Designer, and a Production Artist along with three non-art positions, which have developed my leadership and organization skills further. When it comes to new projects, I am great at problem solving in a minimalist manner, to create sophisticated designs. I also believe in sustainable initiatives and clean designs. My passion for art and design are a driving force behind my work, no matter what the medium.


It’s my firm belief that a good challenge offers an opportunity to develop and improve, which is why I make a point of seeking out new ones in the professional realm as well as in my personal life. Take a moment and look around, and contact me directly to learn more!

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