CSCA | Finndustry
I'm feeling really fortunate and appreciative to have been invited by the Columbus Society of Communicating Arts (cscarts.org) to speak about Finndustry last week. Additionally, I was one of 3 judges to review design submittals from across the state, covering identity, print, web, packaging and motion graphics among others--a truly great experience. The title of the talk was "Why Set Limits," where I was able to articulate my multidisciplinary design experiences and how they lead to designing for clients across the globe. This image was captured by one of the co_presidents of the organization; a slide talking again about my Uncle Myron and his involvement with Chicago's Marina City project and how my cousin taught me to properly construct a 2 point perspective. It was at this point as a boy when I decided to design stuff.