Owner and Creative Director of
The Moodi Creative
Design is in my blood and I believe it is about so much more than just creating “pretty things”. My vision is to help elevate businesses by educating people on what design actually is and what it can do for your business. I really want to open them up to all the possibilities design has by creating brands and graphics with strong visual impact that speaks to their ideal clients and tells their story.
I am a born and raised Vancouverite and have been practicing design for the past 8 years. I have completed both a diploma in Graphic Design and Visual Communications as well as a degree in Industrial Design. To say design is my life is an understatement. I have a “big picture’ view of what design and branding can do you for business, design that goes beyond pretty visuals.
So what does this mean for you?
Because of my extensive education in design I have intelligent reasons behind all of my design decisions, which means I can fully explain my thought process when you have questions. As well creative problem solving, concept creation and out of the box thinking are what I live for and I can see how your brand can be implemented into other media and applications
Moodi originally started as my grad project in university. It was a product-based project aimed towards changing the perspective on how we view medical devices. It was from this project that I found my true passion. It wasn’t just a project based on creating something pretty but exploring how design can be used to challenge preconceived ideas about how things “are” or how they “should be”.
It is from this idea that The Moodi Creative was born. Since starting this company I have taken this approach to design to help educate businesses on what design really means, what it can do, the importance of it and how it can impact their presence in their industries. I have had the honour of working in many different industries such as the emerging Cannabis industry here in Canada, which is full of stigmas and stereotypes that are just not relevant in this day and age. The most rewarding thing I have found is being able to help businesses slowly change those stereotypes in how they approach their branding and design.
Design is all about the future, so lets build a good one!