When I was ten years old, I told my mother I wanted to be a missionary in Africa, and she said that first I would have to get a day job to support myself. When I was eleven, I confronted her yet again and said I wanted to be an air hostess and she just rolled her eyes. From that moment on, I set my mind on making a difference one way or another.
Fast forward ten years, I am in my final months of a Masters degree in strategic design after successfully completing design school. This is as good as it gets for me, I love what I do, and after showing my mother the Rickshaw2.0 project in the form of a fancy book, I can officially say she is proud of me.
I live as a strategic designer. I have roots from the ‘burbs of Sydney, Australia, however after hitting my semi-quarter age crisis, I began to become restless and up and left for the Netherlands, Europe to acquire new skills, knowledge and wisdom.
I deviated before arriving here, living in Strasbourg as part of my double degree undergrad. It’s thanks to this city that I gained life experiences, matured, and finally realised I what I wanted to do with my future. When I sit on the train, I find myself staring at interactions people have, and how they react to situations. People and their interaction intrigue my inner emotions. I was made to design.
If you’d like to hire me in an effort to ease my mother’s sanity, take me on as an intern, take me for a bike ride, grab a pizza, grab a pizza whilst biking, or have any other propositions, send me an email. I am always looking for experience, and am open to working in new countries.