Starting with Interiors
I started my design career as an Interior Designer. I worked at a small firm for 4 years building 3D digital models of cafes and restaurants.
The highlight of my Interior Design work was done for The Spot Community Centre at Browns Plains.
I had the honour of designing the front reception desk and their Sandstone Cafe.
After my time with Interior Design, I came to realise this kind of design work was not entirely suited to me. So I did a bit of soul searching and decided to have a go at Graphic Design.
A different Design
Shortly after starting my Graphic Design Diploma, I knew that this kind of design suited me so much more. I really loved doing my studies and I had so much fun on each assessment project.
Learning to digitally paint and draw was such an eye opener for me. Developing these new skills was so refreshing, and I am still eager to learn more and more within the world of digital art and design.
After completing my Diploma, I was then so excited to meet my clients and to put my new found skills into action. I thoroughly enjoy the process and the challenges that each client brings with their concepts and design needs.
Since starting my Graphic Design journey, I have noticed a greater passion for the work that I do.
Here Comes the Queen.
The more I was working with my new Graphic Design skills, the more I felt my artistic spark had re-ignited.
I have always loved to paint and draw, but I had never really explored the depth of my own creativity.
My imagination is constantly swimming with different characters and worlds. So I figured it was about time to make some of these imaginings tangible.
The first to emerge was the Galaxy Queen. She came out so much better than what I thought I could achieve, and I have since been inspired to keep exploring and developing my artistic skills.