Thanks to Josefine from Finegraphy for taking this photo of me! I love all the flowers!
Being a solo girlboss, I can sympathise and appreciate the ups and downs of running a business – I hope that with my years in the industry, I can make this part of your journey stress and hassle free! I want you to get excited and be ready to take on the world ROAR.
One of the beauties of being a freelance graphic designer is the opportunity to develop a strong relationship with you. If you choose to work with me, you won’t be passed around to other team members, I’ll be there for you (cue Friends theme song) from the beginning to the very end!
For what it’s worth: it’s never too late to be whoever you want to be. I hope you live a life you’re proud of, and if you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start over. — F. Scott Fitzgerald
If you have your own business or are thinking of starting one, my respect goes out to you. You are already incredible in my eyes for challenging yourself and I would love to be part of your great adventure!
I had always been interested in drawing, as a kid I was always found with pencils and paper. I never really thought that it was something that I could turn into a career and so it had always remained a bit of a hobby until the more recent years when I decided to pick up my game and actually offer illustration as a service. I still pinch myself when I receive private commissions and commercial projects, it’s such a blessing to be able to do something you love.
My favourite medium to illustrate with are graphite pencils and I’ve recently started working with coloured pencils to create pet portraits. I also like to dabble a little bit with watercolours to add a bit of colour to my illustrations. My work shows a level of realism but I like to add some whimsy somehow so that it’s like being in a dream where you question if it’s real or not. As much as I love pencils and realism, I do like to experiment with other styles and mediums… when I get the chance!