A Bit About Me
I've been creating for as long as I can remember. When I realized I could apply my creativity within an industry that values thoughtful solutions to complex problems, I knew I had to pursue it.
I trained at the Wilson School of Design, in the Graphic Design for Marketing (GDMA) program. This four year competitive design degree pushed my perception of what design could achieve. It paired traditional graphic design training with strategy and marketing skills.
Over the years I've immersed myself in Vancouver's design industry and been lucky to collaborate with groups such as Cause+Affect, The Notice Group, A Hot Design, and served a term on the board of BC's Chapter of The Graphic Designers of Canada. Now, I run my own design practice as a freelance designer, and collaborator at ZAK, a local brand design collective.
I want to work with people and organizations that are curious about the power of a brand, and the role design can play in its effectiveness. If you feel like we would be a good fit, I'd love to hear from you. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Not sure yet? Follow along on twitter, instagram, and dribbble!
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