For me, 2015 brought new experiences and accomplishments and I like to acknowledge wins as well as set new goals each calendar year. After the holidays, I like to reflect upon the previous 365 days and identify what I did well and what I’d like improve upon. Here's what stands out.Read More
In addition to my portfolio and gallery, I sometimes feel inspired to share the process of learning new software or techniques. Here you'll find a combination of tutorials, news and image/scene breakdowns.
It’s been a while since I did a book review and since I just finished The One Thing, here we go! This book is all about the idea that understanding how to simplify, prioritize and focus is the difference between success and mediocrity. The book is loaded with context and anecdotes to back up this claim and makes a very strong case. Let’s go!Read More
It's no secret that designers often have expensive taste. For many, there will be times when cash is tight, especially early in a designer's career. How's one to know when it makes sense to spend and when it's better to save? Do you think you know the answer?Read More
During the 2014 calendar year, I read at least 33 books. That’s one book every 11 days on average. Some of them were more educational than others, but all of them offered plenty of pleasure and inspiration I’m able to draw from every day. I wasn’t always a reader though...Read More
The word 'investment' is often misused and thought to be a synonym for 'big expense'. In order to be an investment, something needs to return more value to you than you traded for it. Education is an investment if you use it to generate income since income has many uses for us today.Read More