We’re all just trying to live, laugh, and love”
When I was young, I felt jealous of other kids who had a concrete idea of their career paths. I would debate internally whether I could become a lawyer, doctor, artist—the list could go on and on. However, there was one thing that was certain: I knew I wanted to create. Making something that came completely from my vision and by my own hands. This decision would later take me down the rabbit hole into the BFA program, and it became my creative outlet that really pushed me to the limits of what I thought graphic design was. In these short two years, design became my passion, my life, and my whole being and I would be eternally grateful for the people I met and the experiences I had.