The best thing about art is that it can be anything you want it to be. For me, art is a getaway from my day to day reality. It has always allowed me to express my own emotions, feelings, and thoughts in ways that other opportunities could not. It is rewarding to know that I can take something so simple, such as a pencil and a blank piece of paper, and create something that goes above and beyond my own expectations.
Through the use of various photographic and illustrative techniques, my art comes to life and takes form. The best way to describe my art style is adaptive. Each piece I create is always different from the last. I like to learn new techniques by researching new artists, ranging from illustrators to advertising layout designers. My main concept and goal throughout out this process is to broaden my design range to become more successful and versatile. As a graphic artist, I am one who likes to try new things and discover new techniques or ways to go about doing something. I feel as though it challenges me, which helps me to discover something I may have never even thought of attempting and most times it gets me one step closer to conquering a task I never thought I knew how to do. As I discover these things, it then provokes a new sense of urgency for me to take on a new style, it then stretches my limits to try something new, and produce new varieties of work. By approaching my art in this manner, it not only inspires my growth as a graphic designer, but it also helps guide and develop me into an ever-changing individual.
As a designer, it is important that I can deliver a personality that suits the viewer. I make it my mission to help them be able to connect to my work and be able to experience the emotions each project portrays. Through this adaptive work style, I feel that I can pursue these desired feelings and the overall visual they are looking for.