I’d be lying if I said that I always wanted to be a graphic designer; when I was a child I wanted to be a ballerina, but those dreams were dashed when I learnt that a) I had terrible footing and b) I couldn’t dance to save my life. I ditched my tutu and instead sought other ways to express myself: through music and then through art, which led me to the magical world of graphic design.
I had no idea how important design was until I started to notice it everywhere - from the font used on the London Underground to the little loyalty cards taking up more room than cash in my purse. I wanted to be part of that world and here I am! I’m now working alongside my pals at Big Cat and together we’re tackling some awesome projects.
Probably cooped up at home watching Ripper Street or Sailor Moon (I know, big difference in genres) or out stuffing my face with glorious food at one of Birmingham’s top notch restaurants.
Shapeshifter – being able to adapt to different briefs and tackle tough decisions.