I’m a designer from Trinidad and Tobago, and I can help your projects get done better (and faster).

Thanks for visiting my website.

This page will let you know a bit about who I am and how I work, but I’m also trying to keep a decent journal of projects and works in progress on Instagram. I'm on Twitter too, and recently created a GitHub account for my Drawbot experiments/learnings in Python, and cool CSS snippets I may want to reuse some day later. I write about projects on Medium.


You can skip the intro and visit my projects portfolio here.


Here’s the rundown:


I design brand identities, editorial projects, typefaces, websites, user experiences, and other very cool things.​ I'm based in Trinidad, and I like letters, code, solving problems, and teaching people about the value of design.


Most of my working time is spent designing communications for fresh brands on tight budgets. I prefer collaborating with nimble, open-minded clients, through transparent, flexible processes.


I prefer common sense over convention, and think that if something works, it works. Simple as that.


The best solutions will have challenges, and that’s okay. Good design is about solving problems, kicking ass and taking names later. It's best to do that as a team, and I prioritise high-involvement, invested participation from the people I work with.

I don’t do pitches.


Off-time is key. I believe that there should always be opportunities for learning, talking, sketching and working on typefaces, taking a break, and generally stepping away from rigorous project work. In keeping with this, I dedicate a significant portion of my working time to learning, experimentation, and self-generated work. These days, I'm spending my off-time teaching myself Python to complete larger projects faster, and am working on a book typeface.