For as long as I can remember I've been making things. From bumbling around the house as a toddler with a fistful of crayons, to being that person who always seems to have a sketchbook just within reach, I've always had an inclination to create.
In school you tend to get bombarded with the question of "what do you want to be when you grow up?" I always struggled to put into words what I wanted to be, but I knew unequivocally what i wanted to do. I wanted to make cool stuff, and i wanted to do it with nice people.
Cut to the present day, and I've got an honours degree in design, which has let me create cool stuff for over nine years with people in agencies like Sputnik, M&C Saatchi and Isobar. I've even been lucky enough to win MADC, AIMIA and IAB Mixx awards.
The passion I had as a hyperactive toddler hasn't diminished, if anything it's grown stronger and brighter. Today I'm not solely interested in creating a beautiful image, but striving to create elegant user experiences.