Everything. Everything went wrong. As far as I am concerned, the world has been on fire since the 14th of March 2020 when I returned from what became my final … Continue reading What Went Wrong This Week #2: Survive Today to Thrive Another Day?
Social isolation kills creativity completely, contrary to the popular belief that solitude fosters it. I seem to have hit a huge, invisible wall which has prevented me from working on … Continue reading Art [School] & the Craft of Creative Problem Solving
Motion design is an incredible field, but one which requires a lot of preparation and the right guidance from a capable mentor for those who enter it. In this regard, … Continue reading Review: Photoshop + Illustrator Unleashed by School of Motion
What better way to begin a satirical series on the state of modern international relations than to discuss the consequences of an allegedly state sponsored hacking of a private individual? … Continue reading What Went Wrong This Week #1: Ama-zoned
The name Saul Bass is so well-known in the design and motion graphics world that I feel stupid for not making him the first designer covered in my series on … Continue reading Design History #2: Saul Bass
Creatives across the world freelance and often choose to save money by working from home. In today’s atmosphere of constant engagement this can be a counterproductive move which could completely … Continue reading The 3 most important benefits of choosing a co-working space.
What can designers today learn from a group of 1920s creatives from Germany? This was a question I confronted as I dived into the history of graphic design. For those … Continue reading Design History #1: The Bauhaus School
One of the hardest challenges I encountered on my design journey was the process of learning and, eventually, mastering the Adobe Creative Suite. While I am fortunate to have received … Continue reading The Fundamentals: Learning Adobe Creative Suite
In my third year of university I began to work as a graphic designer at my school’s newspaper. I found the products created on-the-job, such as a full-page layout in … Continue reading 4 lessons I learned in between a career transition
I recently completed my bachelor’s degree and was wondering how I could convert what I learned at university into a full-time, paying job. The fear of unemployment and of discovering … Continue reading 5 Myths About Careers in the Age of The Millennial
Here’s page from the diary of the Eternally Confused Student: Dear Diary, What can I say? Life is one big millennial run which I am participating in while running on … Continue reading The millennial run
I wrote a story for The Varsity on how popular culture impacts individual and collective morality. Check it out here!
Conventionally high earning majors such as computer science can provide graduates with immediate financial certainty and professional clarity which is decidedly harder for liberal arts graduates to achieve. That does not mean, however, that all the non-STEM graduates are about to go extinct.