Sandbox is a place that I put designs that otherwise have no home. I work professionally as a digital product designer and largely have left graphic design in my college years to help 'create a clear narrative' for people that are trying to hire me. I'm often frustrated by those labels, although I understand the significance. I think designers should be curious and ambitious with their learning and find ways to let other fields influence their primary focus. Otherwise, you turn into a designer (and person) that sees the world through a one-dimensional lens. i.e. Silicon Valley syndrome


If this page confuses you, think of it as my sketchbook, a place I work out ideas and thoughts on aesthetics and compositions under different themes and directives. It helps me break the dimensions so I can continue to see the periphery and the vastness of our human experience.

"social media in some ways is “worse than cigarettes,” as Lanier put it at one point, “in that cigarettes don’t degrade you. They kill you, but you’re still you.”