I began my design journey in 2014 during my freshman year of high school when I took a class called “Digital Media.” So many aspects of design came naturally to me, and I began to realize that I had an eye and a passion for it! I continued my exploration into the design field up until I graduated high school and moved onto my post-secondary education at the University of Texas at Arlington, where I made the decision to major in Visual Communication Design. As I have worked on my craft throughout my studies, I realized that I have a fondness for brand identity.​​​​​​​
“ I love not only the idea of building a brand out from scratch but also building on what already exists to make a brand even stronger. ”
However, my decision to continue with my design journey has not always been easy. Throughout my studies, I have struggled with the vanity of design and done a lot of self-reflection. I often thought to myself, “What is the point of design? What difference am I really making in the world?” I struggled with finding purpose. In my last year of college, I was given the opportunity to work as the in-house designer and Marketing Manager for a local non-profit in DFW, Girls Inc. of Tarrant County, that helps empower young girls in less fortunate areas and inspires them to be strong, smart, and bold. I finally found my niche and realized that I can do what I love while also making a difference in my community.
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