I hate writing these things. Here it goes…
I come from a small Military town, about an hour and half east of Toronto. Trenton is the town, and is the place I call home. I spent my days walking to and from school, eating from the one of the seven pizza places in the “downtown” core (it takes nearly 7 minutes to walk from one end to the other), and watching movies at the small, locally owned movie theatre. It was a good childhood, but as with most young teenage girls from small towns, I had dreams. DREAMS! To move to the big city and become the best graphic designer that ever lived!
I was a big dreamer… what kid isn’t? So after a year off of high school and saving those pennies, I moved to Etobicoke (wah-wah-waaaahhhh) to take the Graphic Design course at Humber College. I figured if I’m going to college, I’m going to try and have the most authentic experience there is, so I obviously chose to live in residence. One thing I completely forgot about when making that decision: I don’t particularly enjoy other people. I mean, I am quite peculiar when it comes to socializing. No one else will ever notice, it’s mostly internal feelings that don’t see the surface. Anyways, my course took a lot of time with homework and crazy projects (Circles, squares, triangles, anyone?) so I didn’t PARTY like my fellow residence-ees — which is totally fine with me, really.
In my last year of college, I managed to land an awesome internship with Interbrand Toronto (Thanks, Scott!), and graduated with Honours. Overall, it was a good experience. Lots of stress, crying over deadlines, and sucking it up to get it all done.
Now I’m doing some freelance, and looking for a job in a studio setting. I’m keeping busy with my many DIY projects, and playing with my two mutts, Zelda and Frank. I try to approach new projects and clients with enthusiasm and full frontal curiosity.
If you are interested in meeting with me, or seeing my full portfolio, please head over to the contact page!