I enjoyed learning about the human anatomy during my BSc in medicine but soon realised I'd rather pursue a career and life in which I could make more use of my creativity.
I did a BSc and MSc in Industrial Design Engineering and truly loved it. I could finally put my sketching to good use. I've now worked as a freelance product & graphic designer since 2014.
The past year I have focussed on User Centered & digital design within the USI PDEng program at TU/E. Working on UX research and design projects in multidisciplinary teams.
In the research and design projects I do now I can combine all the skills I've gained through this not-so-regular path. Be it in healthcare related projects or in completely different contexts. I'm glad I've taken this route! Have a look at my resume and browse through what I've created in my portfolio section below.
Next to product and digital design I like the experience of getting thoughts out of my head straight onto paper (or the screen) while sketching.
I've experienced some great side projects creating useful things like logos, illustrations and book lay-outs by simply doing what I like: talking to people and creating stuff.