I like solving problems– Especially design problems. Sure, I have a degree in media design, a handful of courses, and more than a decade of experience under my belt, but I still consider my main selling point to be that I just really enjoy my job. I find that passion drives hard work and hard work yields great results.
In many ways, digital design is a balancing act. Although my physical balance may need some improvement, my design balance is very well trained. Because I do both visual design and UX design, I’m able to offer high quality, innovative, and cost-effective design work. No design problem is too great for me.
I prefer to get business formalities out of the way as soon as possible. I’m an artist at heart, so I really just want to get cracking. I favor an iterative workflow, but I'm no stranger to tight deadlines and I’m happy to accommodate to any workflow you may need.
Collaboration is an important part of my creative process. I don't stroke egos and I don't like being bossed around– If you're looking for a yes-man, I'm not your guy. I am Dutch, after all; we have a reputation for being straightforward. If you’re looking for somebody who thinks along, let’s get in touch.
My trajectory toward a creative profession was clear from a young age. I was messing around in MS Paint before I could even read; by age 10, I was creating fan-made Habbo Hotel furniture and Pokémon sprites. I was 14 when I started doing graphic design, 18 when I first yeeted to Amsterdam to start my creative career, and 19 when I registered my one-man business. I've always had a knack for beautifying, and as I got older, I honed that craft and started adding more layers to it by expanding my skill set.
Outside of work I’m pretty ordinary, to be honest. I sing under the shower and I’m pretty sure my neighbors hate me for it. I recently started collecting Pokémon cards, and my friends think I’ve gone crazy. I’m a cat person, a Leo, I like music and games, and I suck at cooking. Please hire me so I won’t have to stop ordering takeout.