Years ago I was asked why I wanted to be a graphic designer. I said I wanted to create beautiful work that meant something. For years, I have thought about that question, and that is where the concept of SATURATED design grew from. I want to create work that tells a story, that has meaning, and that people can connect to. I want to create work that is so full of ideas, references, styles, details, time, care, and effort, that the designs are bursting. I want my work to spark conversation and promote curiosity, to seep in, to excite. I have found that these ideas always drive my work, whether it is a piece intricately detailed, extremely minimalist, or anything in between.
Every design I create tells a story. This is a holdover from when I was a costume designer, where each character literally wore their life story on their backs. Once I realized I could visually represent a story with graphic design, and pull in all those elements that excite me, there was no turning back.