A passionate go-getter that's always looking to keep the spark alive. Bios are not my strength, so instead here's more about me in the form of a Q&A.
Born and raised on the East Coast, baby. New York, but no not the city (unfortunately).
Design, mostly. I studied New Media Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology. I now work designing at Instrument in Portland, OR. I aspire to work on ground-breaking and challenging projects with genuine and talented people that I can learn from.
Glad you asked! Yes actually. Being a balanced person is very important to me. I'm a big fan of fine art and come from a background in drawing and painting which I continue to dabble in. I love books and music, but am also very extroverted (as depicted in my photo). Most of the time I'm dancing, especially when I'm eating good food. A lot of my time is spent joking around and making people laugh.
In no particular order, my favorite books are When Crickets Cry (Charles Martin), The Defining Decade (Meg Jay), and All the Things We Cannot See (Anthony Doerr). My music list is much too long to name, but anything hip hop related is where I thrive. Creative, groovy, and filled with soul - Kendrick, Blu, Tyler the Creator, Kanye, Ab-soul, Brockhampton... I'll stop before I get carried away.
Horror movies, country music, and mean people. That's about it.
Last year I was interviewed by We Are Next about my experience at Instrument. Though I am no longer an intern, it might give you more context into who I am as an individual. There's also a podcast if reading isn't your thing! The article can be found here. I think that's about it. But if this brief bio left you wanting more, drop me a line :)