Direction


I’ve shifted my focus towards being process-orientated as opposed to being goal-orientated—meaning that my goals are embedded and met during the project’s development. I want to highlight that this outlook helps me determine my career direction and propels me to make decisions based on my passions and skills. Through my parents’ teachings, to do something you love and you’ll never work a day in your life, my goal is to be involved in projects which derive pleasure and personal growth.  

Through work and obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts and Education, I’ve acquired a broad range of experience and skills relative to the education, media and creative industry. I’m currently driven by my curiosity— learning from others by working in collaborative environments and overcoming challenges during the creative process.  

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