I've heard that it takes 10,000 hours to become a master at something. When you do the math, that's only 5 years, which seems awfully short to me. I think around year 5, you finally become decent at it. Then you spend the next 5 years trying to master it. And after that, you're trying to stay relevant or ahead of the pack. I've been a graphic designer for 35 years, and honestly, I didn't feel like I had a good grounding until about 15 years in.
In that time, I've worked for corporations, large agencies and small design studios. I’ve also been an adjunct professor of graphic design at CCA, teaching for 14 years. And, I’ve had my own solo design practice since 2006.
Do I feel like a master now? Sometimes. Most days, I feel like I still have so much more to learn.
So the question you're asking yourself is: Can I handle your project? Well, from a design and project management standpoint, I know I can. And, if we need to create a team around your project, we can do that too. Ultimately though, it's about how we fit working together. And the best way to find that out is give me a call and let's talk!