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I am a visual and tactile designer. I started my career in the bindery department of one of the first digital printers in Canada, where I worked my way up to become a self-taught graphic designer duking it out as a word-of-mouth freelancer for the last 15 years.

I recently earned a Diploma in User Experience Design from BrainStation, and have just begun my journey to become a Webflow developer.

While studying at BrainStation, I learned the fundamentals of UX design: how to conduct user research, create wireframes and prototypes for testing with users, iterate on designs based off feedback from testers, and finally, how to implement those designs.

Many people think that creativity is something you either have or don't, but this isn't true! Creativity can be developed with hard work and practice, just like anything else. It's important to nurture your own creativity by experimenting with new processes and materials, combining different disciplines, or simply taking time out for yourself every day (no matter how busy you are!).

When I'm not designing, you can find me producing music in my home recording studio, DJing in a nightclub, or standing on top of a snow-covered mountain peak about to drop in.