I always say “you never know where life will take you.” Having moved to Jakarta, Indonesia at the age of 9, I was frustrated not knowing a word of the local language. I found myself relying heavily on visuals like icons, colors, symbols, and pictures (and sometimes charades) to get by. It was in these early days that I discovered the power of visual communication.
Being shown the right information at the right time—when presented clearly—dramatically improves any experience you find yourself in, whether you're lost in a new city or learning a new software program. This insight, of understanding how design can improve the way we experience the world, cultivated my passion for visual communication. This passion led me to attain a degree in Graphic Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Since then, I've been visually clarifying complex information around the world to improve experiences people have everyday.