For over 15 years I have dedicated my time to becoming a great designer. Driven to learn everything there is to know about typography, composition and how we interact with computers, I’ve been able to stay pretty busy.
But it wasn’t always like this. There was a time when I worked as a professional musician playing guitar for 8-10 hrs a day, for years I practiced my craft during the day and gigged constantly. I studied composition and jazz in university in Montréal and graduated with a huge interest in recording music on computers. And before that, I studied architecture and began working in an architectural firm in Ottawa.
Over the years I have designed corporate identities, book covers, ads, album artwork and promotional items for prestigious clients like CBC, BMW, Chanel & Nokia. Currently I run a small design firm in Vancouver BC called LiFT studios and teach at Emily Carr University.
All that to say, I’ve had a lot of interests throughout my life and I am most interested in the intersection of music, design and architecture.
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