ong story short, my journey through the realm of creative arts starts with photography, moves onto stop-motion video, takes a detour into 3D modeling, branches into graphic design, and then finally lands with web design. While I'm grateful for all of the lessons picked up along the way, I am pretty certain web design is where I was supposed to land all along! Better late than never, right?
Great question! At my core I am a sinful human being who deserves nothing, yet gains everything through my faith in Jesus Christ. Beyond that, I am a self-motivated, self-taught, freelance web designer in his twenties, attending the University of North Texas and is studying Entrepreneurship. Fitting, right? I thought so.
So yeah, I'm a designer – when I look at the world I see relationships between objects, color schemes, invisible grids, and new opportunities for improvements in design. It's a blessing and a curse. (But mostly a blessing.)
Amongst many things, the strive for solid, well thought out design and user experiences are what motivates me to keep moving forward with work. I have a personal commitment to ensure that all of my work remains clean, intentional, modern, and attractive to its target audience. The small details of anything are what makes those things great. The attention to small details has always been present in my life. It's the way I think.
While this is particularly relevant in web design, it is extremely beneficial in the way that I communicate with other, both verbally and nonverbally. I believe that my words and my actions when communicating with others (specifically clients) will significantly outweigh even the highest quality product.
I can promise you this one thing for sure: I am not perfect. I am constantly learning and growing both as a businessman, and as a person. The reason I want you to know that I make mistakes is simply to point out the fact that I recognize I don't know everything. There is always room for improvement, and I will always listen to your needs and desires as a client – ensuring that your mission and vision is met with excellence.