Outside the box.
Somewhat of a McGyver, I am used to working with the bare minimum and making the most of what I have. Because of that, my thought process is somewhat different than other designers.
Print is home.
In the age of digital media and art, I still feel most at home with a physical product. There's something about literally digging your hands into your work that, to me, feels like I'm truly telling a story to the viewer.
Puzzle me this.
I've always loved puzzles. Put a problem in front of me to solve and I'll dive in head first. I have always enjoyed print media, because it's a constant puzzle to find the right mediums and techniques to make your art shine.
I grew up with a drive to be a part of any art I could get my hands on, from set construction to photography to video editing and so much more. All this has made me realize that every experience affects how people create in their own unique methods.