For me, design is more than a pretty surface. Design has a lot show and a lot more to say. Which is why I like to approach problems in a holistic way and view projects from every aspect to deliver the best possible results.
While my main focus and passion is based on illustration, I try to connect as many areas of design as possible; this helps me look at problems and projects from many directions and through the eyes of different aspects of design.
I strongly believe that good design and powerful storytelling bring a brand’s essence and personality to life.
From conception to project completion, listening is my top priority to ensure the best possible results for clients.
Think. This is 90% of the job.
Ask. Discover the things you don’t know.
Get inspired. Create something exciting.
Collaborate. It's more fun together.
Create. Let's make something new.
Stay fair. Make sustainable choices.
I live and work with the motto "Do good". In order to do that, I use design as a way to communicate to the outside world and to deliver a message.
The work I do mainly for myself are mostly under the topic of "mental health awareness", as this is a very important topic to me.
I use design to tell a story, and to make people aware of their own actions and how they can become an ally.
Pictures famously speak more than 1000 words. Involving illustrations in your project can elevate your project to the next level.
Whether it's in your brand, Website, printed book, to illustrate a storyboard or packaging.
After setting the brand- and Corporate Identity, it's time to build your website to make you seen and accessible to all. To achieve to most satisfactory outcome, it is of upmost importance to include the client in every step of the way.
An appealing User Interface combined with self explanatory User Experience ensures a well-rounded experience and service.
Plus it gets you sympathy points:
A website that is fun to navigate will most likely be visited again.
A brand is like a person. It has it's individual character and personality, the way it wants to appear in the world. Design gives your brand a face. To ensure an optimal result both corporate identity and corporate design need to be one.
Print is not dead. And it will probably never really get out of fashion. Many people, myself included, will always enjoy the satisfaction of having something to hold on to.
This satisfaction can hardly be recreated in a solely digital form. Prints can be anything from Business Cards, Flyers, Magazines, etc.
Set design sets the "mood" for the overall movie and underlines what is happening on screen. It can generate emotions that acting alone can't and encourages the imagination of the viewers.