Ciao, hola and hello from the designer surrounded by all of those Branchville farmers. I was raised by an antique dealing beautician and a sales manager alongside my art historian sister and marketing manager brother.
I started solving puzzles and drawing at a very young age. I fell in love with critical thinking and solving problems with pictures during high school. With that knowledge, I set my sights to the design field and Philadelphia University.
I started my secondary education as an architecture student, then shortly after, as an industrial design student. I realized that the importance of structure and mass material production costs outweighed my creative freedom, which severely affected my designs. With recommendation to transfer into the graphic design program, I willingly followed the flow and trusted the process.
Instantly, I discovered a passion. My time management improved, my design process and materials started to vary and my overall design quality excelled solely because I really started to love the work I was given.
Currently, I am a recent college grad looking for freelance opportunities. I have dabbled in character development, book illustrations, bottle design, brand identities and album art.
“Slow down, calm down, don’t worry, don’t hurry, trust the process” - Alexandra Stoddard