I am a lover of life, love, and laughter; a self-professed people watcher, who is inspired by people every day, people I may not even know—their trials and tribulations brought by life; people’s thoughts, ideas, and principles; and their varying perspectives on this twisted journey we call life.
I have thankfully made a lot of mistakes in life. I am an ambivert, who strays away from being the center of attention. I have an extraordinarily sarcastic sense of humor. I believe that life is something we will only understand when looked at in retrospect. I love the violin and cello, and I think thunderstorms are erotic. I obsessively listen to music, of all varieties, and especially when live; music inspires me on a daily basis.
After studying chemistry, physics, and environmental sciences, I received my BFA in Multimedia Communications & Advertising from the Academy of Art University; have studied fine art, photography, and architecture in five countries; and am pursuing my MFA in Photography from Savannah College of Art & Design.
Your thoughts and feedback are always welcome!
I am not a capitalist. Money is essentially imaginary and mostly useless.
I gauge success neither by financial wealth nor by social status. There is one sole measurement of success in life, a more philosophical, more personal one. Success is measured by the effect you have on others; the ability to purport emotional connections. This is the vehicle by which change, movement, and progress are all produced.
Generating an emotional connection is success!
In October of 2006, this philosophy perpetuated the genesis of Still Motion Design. I believe that, especially when creating, you can’t look at anything from a single angle; you need to take a step back and realize the potential impact your work has on its audience, and society as a whole.
Still Motion Design is a studio powered entirely by renewable resources: Our electricity is derived exclusively from solar and biomass sources, our printed materials are created on recycled and eco-friendly papers (and are recyclable) , and our servers are driven entirely by wind-generated electricity!