In 2009, I was introduced to the Adobe Creative Suite while volunteering at my local public access station, producing community television. I fell in love with the idea of creating visuals that could be distributed in almost any format.
In 2011 I discovered the world of web design from a friend of mine who was working on his own website. At the time, web design seemed archaic and complex to me, but all of that was about to change with the advent of HTML5 and CSS3. Both of these technologies revolutionized the way that designers and developers think about the internet, and it revolutionized the way that I was able to learn how to work within the digital medium.
Currently I’m a student at Drexel University studying graphic design and learning how to communicate ideas in the visual realm. I enjoy designing materials for print and web, and am always fascinated with what new, experimental technology will make my work even more magical not just to look at, but also to create.
This website is an ongoing project for me to be able to experiment with my skills as a visual designer, so some pages may use experimental features that are only supported in the very latest of browsers.