- First domain ownership at age 13
- Started freelancing at age 13
- Commissioned print brochure at age 16
- First job working in the web at age 20
- Started first salaried position in the industry in 2011
- Started first formal training in graphic and web design in 2013
- HTML 5 proficiency
- CSS 3 proficiency
- jQuery intermediary knowledge
- Photoshop proficiency
- Illustrator proficiency
- InDesign proficiency
- WordPress theme design and development
- Corporate branding
- Print marketing design
A FEW CLIENTS
GRAPHIC & WEB DESIGN
Experience in various areas of design such as: corporate branding; print design; web design; and social media profile graphics.
Experience in all aspects of front-end development, from the initial design to Photoshop-to-Wordpress custom theme coding.
MADE WITH TLC
Careful steps are taken to make sure that the end product will represent you, your business, or your brand in the best way possible. You’ll love how you look online.
I learned Photoshop and HTML between fifth and sixth grade, driven by a desire to be a better artist and show my work. In the 8th grade I started to do small freelance projects for fellow classmates and for online friends.
High school was about becoming as prolific of a designer as possible. This is where I learned the valuable skills of keeping up with trends, including learning evolving web languages.
I started my first part- and full-time work first as a student assistant in university and later as a salaried in-house web artist. This period involved learning about how to work in a group, and how to be a successful freelancer.
Age 23 and on
A few years on, I am now beginning to get positions above entry-level. I am looking forward to keep this forward momentum going as I settle into what I am striving to be a lifelong career.