I used a technique called visualization when I ran track & field in high school. I would calculate exact splits down to the second, set my watch, and close my eyes as I pictured myself running the perfect race, conditioning my mind and body to make my imagination a reality on race day.
The method got my left brain, right brain, and body working together to achieve my goals, a coordination that I reapply as a designer. Some ideas can only be given life through movement, and I love diving into both the creative and technical complexities of the process to tell those stories. I strive to bring together
imagination, and the
physicality of motionto keep turning ideas into reality.