Do you have a preference between working with digital or traditional methods? Could you give a couple reasons why?
I was definitely late to the digital world, but now It’s just what I’m used to. But I would love to do a show someday where I could do some original drawings with pen and watercolors.
Are there any artistic disciplines (sculpture, painting, photography, fashion, etc, anything….) that you have a passion for?
I’m really interested in interior design. It doesn’t come naturally to me (at all) so I have to work really hard at it, but having an inspirational & beautiful space is very important to me.
Is there a type of art that you’ve always wanted to learn?
I’d love to learn how to paint. I tried it a little in college, but felt a bit restricted by what was expected of my as a student.
Based on your professional experiences, do you have any advice for aspiring young women artists?
I was always very self conscious about my work, especially after being rejected from my college art program. I felt l was supposed to conform to a certain style & idea of what’s “good.” It was this reason that I resisted doing my own work for so long. I’m finally over that and able to say I’m really proud of what I do. It isn’t even half as good technically as the work some of my colleagues do, but it is in my own language and style. My advice is to always be unapologetically proud of your style and keep striving to make it the best possible version of your own work, not everyone else’s, that it can be.