I am a highly curious creative who can't sit still. When I'm not working, you can find me buying more books than I can read, digging for Talking Heads vinyl at all the local record stores, and making extremely curated playlists for every given mood (let's be friends on Spotify).
My creative journey has never been a straight line. I love to experiment and find new art forms to practice. After a brief stint as a film major, I decided to study Graphic Design while expanding my creative skillset and and getting experience with as many disciplines as I could.
As the Student Ambassador Coordinator for SCAD Atlanta, I work with the admission department to lead a team of over 50 ambassadors and coordinate their presence at university events.
The American Institute of Graphic Arts is a national organization dedicated to supporting and educating designers. As the president of SCAD Atlanta's student club, I organize professional development events, lead regular meetings, and communicate with other local board members.
A few years ago, I wrote a short story in memory of Leonard Cohen. The story was later chosen to be featured in the Ivy Hall Review, SCAD's literary journal. You can read the full story here.
The best way to get to know me is a conversation. The second best way is taking a look at what I'm listening to. Love it, hate it, let me know.