When I first started college, I struggled to find the relationship between type and image. As a fine artist, I could create strong visual works, but quickly realized that a graphic designer needs to be able to bridge the gap between the visual and the typography of the piece. I stepped away from college after getting my AA for a year and used that time to develop my understanding of the intersection of fine art and graphic design.
Even now, I use my background in areas such as print making as a spring board for my ideas. I am influenced by artists such as Alexander Rodchenko, Pablo Picasso, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. I also found very inspiring the work of Shepard Fairey.
As a graphic designer, I will provide you with a set of results to meet your needs. Whether you need print work or an interactive design project, I can provide you with solutions that consider the user based experience.