Designer • Los Angeles, CA, USA •
“The first time I read these questions I got overwhelmed and decided to take a nap instead.”
Unraveled Artist Interview:
Q: What is your design philosophy?
A: I’m still learning and growing as a designer, so I believe that there is no right way to design something, just a way that appeals to me more than others.
Q: What aesthetic or visual ideas affect you the most?
A: Things with emotion, messy things, clean things, extremes.
Q: How do you understand the interface between sound and visual?
A: As I think in pictures, I associate an image, person, situation or colour with a certain sound.
Q: Briefly explain your creative process.
A: I play with different concepts until one sticks, and then I keep playing with them until the same one sticks with me throughout the process. It depends on the design and the situation. When I begin to hate it, I go back one step before: that’s the finished product.
Q: Do you believe in the process more than result or result more than process? Why?
A: I believe in the process more than the result because I learn the most about the result during the process.
Q: Why do you value being part of an independent artist community?
A: I like knowing that what I have done may have impacted even one person. Just the idea that the work I do has affected someone in some way is invaluable.
Q: What is the range of methods, materials and styles you are most comfortable working with?
A: I’ve mostly worked through pencil and paper, however I’m comfortable experimenting with just about anything.
Q: Please tell us how people can further support you and your work.
A: Whatever tickles their fancy I guess.