Every parent or elementary school teacher occasionally asks a child, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" You would get answers such as a doctor, lawyer, teacher, etc. For me, I wanted to become an astronaut. When I was in middle school, I wanted to become an engineer. When I was in high school, I wanted to become an architect. Ultimately, I just wanted to become a problem solver.
A year prior to me attending college, I came across a thread in an online forum that was primarily focused on design. Within minutes, I downloaded and opened Adobe Photoshop CS2 for the first time. What first turned into a hobby that I would do every day after school, turned into a passion. I didn't want to become an architect, or an engineer...oh, and definitely not an astronaut. I wanted to pursue a degree and career path in design.
As I jumped head first into the design field, I developed a love for branding, print, and photography. I have had the opportunity to work with individuals and companies in the technology, content creation, corporate, advertising, and fashion industries. I have also launched my first design product in 2014 that was downloaded and used by over two million people under a startup design studio that I founded that same year. With that being said, I have had my fair share of failures, but I embrace them as I am always learning. I am a problem solver.
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