Growing up with a decent supply of Crayola crayons and a stack of rough paper I would sit for hours drawing whatever my little peanut brain could imagine, which would mainly be these weird slime monsters crawling out a swamp—I watched a lot of Scooby Doo as a kid, obviously.
Most weekends would be spent with my nan and grandad and their house was a world of creative wonder, my grandad was a technical illustrator so the house was filled with all sorts of materials to play with—from Laterset sheets to those Staedtler Mars Technico mechanical pencils with an amazing array of coloured leads. I was introduced to Graphic Design at a young age and decided pretty early on that this was what I wanted to do although I have taken the scenic route to get here.
The love of design is still there and my knowledge has grown. It’ll always be growing and that's an aspect of Graphic Design I love, the ongoing learning that comes with it. It's an industry that is changing and advancing all the time, design gives the opportunity to work with and learn from others and it definitely keeps you on your toes, what's not to love.