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A: I am passionate about education, youth empowerment, the applications/ramifications of social entrepreneurship in the global marketplace, carbon footprint minimization/reducing waste, space time and its effects on the human experience, art and writing as tools of cultural diplomacy, the power of story in healing from trauma, the history of the English language/the role of language in understanding the world, fostering empathy across diverse populations, just to name a few!

Hobby wise, I like to cook, travel, write, shoot archery, and catch an MMA fight when I can.


Q: next steps?

A: After a summer packed full of design work and teaching appointments, I am looking forward to taking the fall to prepare for my next adventure: moving abroad! I am relocating to Yeosu, South Korea in November 2018 to teach English. While in Yeosu, I will also be working with my publisher to get my first poetry collection, Kintsugi, ready for publication, pursuing CELTA certification so that I can teach ESL elsewhere, and buckling down on some new, very exciting creative and business projects.


Q: aRE You looking for Work?

A. Right now, I am currently in the market to teach ESL in Yeosu, South Korea. If you think I would be a good match for your school of Hagwon, or are interested in getting private lessons for your child, send me an email.

Beyond that, I am hoping to get part-time remote work working for a design agency. If you think I'd be a good candidate for your agency, reach out.

Whether in the US or abroad, I am always a freelance designer open for business. If, after browsing my portfolio and pricing options, you believe I would be a great designer for your project, start a conversation. I respond quickly to queries via email.