I’ve always played with lots of different creative tools and mediums, but there was a time I thought that this might be a bad thing…at school, I was condemned to the idea that I couldn’t learn new skills and that I didn’t fit into any, one box. This idea was solidified by my low ranking in the school system.
However, since then I have attempted to walk the line of being creatively disciplined while keeping things playful too. I do this by documenting each of my projects and taking the time to reflect. Over time I have begun to embrace my own methods and more of myself in my art.
These reflections become the spirit of what I share online to you, that anyone can learn to be creative and it’s one of the most powerful things you can do!
I make time to collate my thoughts and see what ideas or process I can take with me on my next project.
Creativity is number one, its my guiding light, its the feeling of being able to create anything.
What ever the project, I always keep a running note of the how and why I made the decisions I made.