I’m a local from Perth, freelancing as a brand designer, studying with a interest in the arts and technology, I have a open outlook for the future and an appetite for new creative flairs. I would like to be apart of a team who want to explore with a fresh perspective.
Having grown up in an artistic family, I have always been drawn towards design and the arts. However, it took a degree in sustainability and a several years of working as a cook to realise that graphic design was the career for me.
Basically I’m into Illustrating and logo designing, whenever I get into a rhythm of a piece of work that I’m doing I just cant stop drawing, but I feel I would be best suited in a logo design agency.
I have a focus to the more alternative style in design. I have a background and passion for tattoos, so a lot of my work has that feel. I am first an foremost an illustrator and really enjoy branding.
I am inspired by artists and designers learn best by watching them do what they love. After a year of decision making, I’m now confident I can spend the rest of my life pursuing a graphic design career built around creative (and dangerous ideas) that satisfy clients and my curiosity.
My two passions in life are being creative and connecting with other people. Graphic design allows me to unite these two things, working with others and helping through the production of beautiful, creative and personalised design.
A illustrative graphic designer, that love’s concept art and storyboarding. I get a lot of enjoyment from creating ideas whether its creative ways to highlight a product or image or creating a fantasy world for a game or film.
With Australian Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design and a Russian Art School background, I bring unique global view point to my work. My specialisation is Branding.
Ever since I knew how to hold a pen, I’ve always had a bit of an artistic eye. Originally, I grew up wanting to become a writer and when I was younger I would always make my own cards for birthdays and other special occasions.
I cannot wait to finish this year and start the new as a proper human adult, with a real life job. I’m so excited, like a kid with a bag of lollies, but I’m ready to share.
I’m known to be a pedant… in a good way. I’m a stickler for detail and find [sad] joy in meticulously fussing over the little details. That’s probably why I like type.
I dream of a world in which everyday objects and experiences are more beautiful, streamlined and delightful. Being a designer allows me to be part of making this dream come true.
Having spent the last five years employed at several multimedia companies, happily jumping between roles as audiovisual editor, printer, social media guru and graphic designer, I decided that 2016 would be a good year to focus solely on graphic design and develop my skills for a full-time role within the industry.
I’ve never really been able to master to art of keeping my hands still for a long period of time.
I’ve always wanted to be a graphic designer, it’s just that when I left school, I had no idea that this was a thing. I’m always amazed when I come across a graphic designer over the age of forty.
But, my passion and attention has been caught up in graphic design, and I enjoy all aspects of traditional design; digital illustration; developing mockups; and occasionally painting.
I’m a young, Perth based graphic designer from a family of artists. This background has instilled me with a broad appreciation for all visual arts, as well as a wide range of creative influences.
For as long as I can remember I have always being very passionate about art. Luckily I have gone from using crayons and MS Paint as a child to designing with Adobe and Copic.