I’m a multidisciplinary designer specializing in Visual and Jewelry Design. I love to combine thoughtful, research-driven ideas and impactful visuals to create well-crafted experiences.
I have recently graduated from the MFA Communications Design program at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. I spent two years in the program to deepen my understanding of visual communication design, polish my design skills, and expand my practice into jewelry design.
My strength lies in my flexibility to collaborate as a team member in a culturally diverse environment. I am also willing to take risks, adapt, and evolve for future challenges.
My interests in other creative fields, such as fashion, films, and the k-pop industry, inspire my design philosophy. Outside of work, I enjoy experimenting with new materials and making them live on the human body. You can also find me in front of the torch machine soldering big metal pieces together.
Drawing inspiration from my own experiences and cultural influences, my art is an expression of my innermost thoughts and emotions. Whether it is a painting, sculpture, or installation, each piece is a reflection of my ongoing exploration of the world around me.
I am constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible in art. My work is not only a reflection of my own personal journey, but also a contribution to the wider artistic discourse. Through my art, I hope to inspire others to think critically about the world we live in and to imagine new possibilities for the future.