When I realized that I was spending more time designing interfaces than focusing on my first-year course in Corporate Management, I knew that I should turn my obsession into a career. By chance (or rather, luck), I ran into Jeroen Boschma, who introduced me to the professional creative field and mentored me into my first creative job in Amsterdam at the Dutch Telecom startup *bliep, igniting my desire to learn as much as I can.
Today, nearly 10 years later, I'm living Berlin. I've learned to feel comfortable working on all aspects of design, including print design, advertising, on-screen design, and digital design. My autodidactic way of working allows me to have no real limitations in what I can do creatively. I embrace every new challenge that my career brings me with eagerness to learn a new skill. I guess it's the same with some people who have a knack for sports (unlike me). They can easily pick up new skills.
→ Art Direction
→ Visual concept
→ Print Production