It all starts with a sketch.

As a designer, I typically begin every project with a sketch. whether tactile or digital, I find that sketching allows me to experiment with composition and layout ideas quickly, as well as to easily make changes and revisions until I'm satisfied with the overall concept.

A quiet afternoon in the home office.

In this illustration, I sought to capture the pleasures of working from home with my pup by my side. The afternoon sun streams in through the window, infusing the room with a comforting warmth.
My furry companion snoozes contentedly on his bed, a comforting presence that keeps me company throughout the day. He has a knack for sensing when I need a break, nudging me gently with his nose to remind me that there's more to life than just work.
As someone who can easily get lost in the hustle and bustle of the workday, I'm grateful for these moments of respite. They remind me to slow down, to savor the simple pleasures of life, and to appreciate the natural world that surrounds us.
In this serene setting, I find myself able to work with greater clarity and focus, unencumbered by the distractions of the outside world. And when it's time to take a break, I do so with a sense of gratitude and renewed energy, ready to tackle whatever challenges lie ahead.
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