Cover Letter : The bare minimum, ☑ ️6 check marks for a complete cover letter

Many of the cover letters I receive don’t get forwarded because there simply isn’t enough information to forward. Originally posted for Prototypr Medium, I explain 6 key parts to a bare minimum but, complete cover letter. Cover Letter : The bare minimum ☑ ️6 check marks for a complete cover letter The digital age we’re living in is speeding [...]

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My interview on VentureApp

I had my first experience using VentureApp today. It was fun, but I’m not going to lie, it was also terrifying! It’s really weird to type in front of a live audience. I was constantly worried about misreading the questions, writing with typos, taking too long to answer! Phew! The interviewer was Hannah Kowalczyk-Harper, author [...]

5 things you should start thinking about NOW if you are graduating in 2018.

If you are a designer graduating in 2018, there’s a few things you should be already thinking about. Read my latest contributing article to Prototypr. Originally Posted on Medium: It’s officially the second week of 2018. The holidays are over and reality is starting to kick in. You might be thinking, “I am graduating this year. [...]

What I learned attending an international school

This past year has been a particularly tumultuous one. A lot is going on both politically and socially. People are upset, tired, and have strong opinions. Conversations have devolved into monologues. All this made me reflect on communication, and how essential it is for events to move forward in a productive manner. I use the cross-cultural communication [...]

From a Motion Designer to Design students: “Consider these 3 points”

I had the great pleasure of speaking to Carla Barr’s Type 4 class at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena this past Thursday. The presentation included a little “Show & Tell” along with some insight about the Motion Design world from a Freelance Motion Artist’s point of view. Read the full article on Medium.com  [...]