Like most people, I've been taking photos for as long as I can remember.
Up until 3 or 4 years ago, I didn't have much experience past snapping candid shots and storing or posting them unedited. Once I really dove in, got a decent DSLR – (Nikon D5300), a good telephoto lens, a large SD card, some basic lens filters, and watched/read numerous tutorials, I was well on my way to going from a novice hobbyist to a more intermediate hobbyist 😉
I couldn't be more excited to announce that I just started a new chapter as a UX/UI Designer and Front-end Developer over at Spartan Systems. And the best part is... I'll be working remotely from wherever I want (which will be in my home office most of the time)!
Wow! How did another year fly by already??? I still can't believe that it's 2016. Never would I have guessed that I would still be designing, drawing, and creating things that better this world with my own two hands. In 2015 I helped create things like seeing my first full iOS app design become a reality in the Apple App Store (created at Crow's Nest Digital) FitnessTracker+
My first time selling my work for the masses has begun! I've been creating visual designs for print, web, mobile, and the like for years now, but I've never put time into selling single pieces of my work online... until now. The Noun Project is where I've chosen to start and it's been great so far.
A designer’s guide to becoming a connoisseur in the unknown.
When I began working at a small startup creative agency nearly a year and a half ago, I never thought I would be co-leading a team of designers and developers to brand, conceptualize, design, and develop a new high-end restaurant located in the heart of Downtown Orlando.