|I knew from a very young age that I was going to grow up to be a designer. My dad was an ID at General Motors and RCA, so I got off on the right foot. When most kids were getting familiar with Crayola, I only knew Prismacolor and Faber-Castell. It really never crossed my mind to become anything else.
The idea of a designer is one that brings me much joy. The fact that someone can start from scratch, can take a lifetime’s worth of experiences and form an idea into a logo, or a product is amazing. A designer is someone who cares enough to find beauty in the details of a button on a microwave, or the perfect shape of a pencil eraser.
The best part of being a designer is that you can do something wrong a hundred times, but only have to get it right once.