Growing up I would make up any excuse to use my creative and artistic abilities. As a visual and hands-on learner I would always insist on my teachers drawing out lessons for a better understanding. The older I got, the more I noticed that I used visual communication not only as a way of absorbing information, but by influencing and impacting my day to day life. Before I was introduced to graphic design I would obsess over every detail in my art which ultimately prevented me from completing the majority of my work. When researching a degree, my dad had shown me a drawer in his office filled with all my drawings that he’d collected over time. Seeing these unfinished pieces brought me to the realization that I needed the utmost control of my art and after discovering graphic design, I found my true passion.