I am originally from Tegucigalpa, Honduras and moved to the United States in 2006 to attend graduate school at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Seven years ago I began working at Solve Design Studio in Ridgeland, Mississippi as the Art Director. I also own and operate a freelance graphic design business.

Solve is a boutique-sized, creative studio specializing in graphic design, web design, marketing and social media. I am responsible for creative problem solving, conceptualization of strong graphic systems, as well as art direction of print, web, and social media related materials. As a freelancer, I’ve worked with a vast array of clients ranging from small, local business owners to national nonprofits like the Alzheimer’s Association. 

I believe I bring a unique perspective to any design project or team I get involved with. I have lived through the blistering winters of upstate New York as well as survived the intense summers of Mississippi. I’ve traveled across Central and North America and spent a part of my developmental years living in Japan. I’m not only well educated but also well traveled.

I am passionate about my design work and specifically obsessed with typography. For the past four years, I’ve lectured at a local American Advertising Federation conference called “Merge” and publicly referred to myself as a “Typogra-freak.” My favorite part of the design process is the research and sketching stage and I believe that all design decisions should have a concept and a reason why. In the past, my work has been published and I’ve even represented my country in an international photography competition sponsored by SONY.

Finally, I can publicly admit that the way I organize my computer files is borderline OCD but I can guarantee that it will never take me long to locate a file. 

Feel free to contact me if you’d like to connect.
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