Myfather was a huge influence when it came to involving technology to our everyday life. He worked as a motor mechanic, but his time at home was spent tinkering with circuit boards, sitting in the outdoor shed chatting away on his amateur radio setup or whizzing away on our home computer playing video games.
Throughout my younger years, I invested myself in consuming so much digital art and technology that I knew I would naturally be drawn into a creative career later on. I tried as many creative activities as I could, that included, editing my favourite clips from YouTube in Movie Maker, writing my own fantasy stories, drawing my friends as anime characters and taking millions of photos of my pet cat.
I now work professionally in commercial environments while maintaining a flow of design freelancing to satisfy my creative freedom. I am a constant creator, merging my love of design with new technologies for experimentation, satisfaction, art for art sake and to stay atop of forever changing trends.
I take each day as an opportunity only to better my skills, perfect my design profession and engage with new forms of art and technoculture.