I grew up in Amman, Jordan and moved to Savannah, Georgia in 2013 to attend Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD). Like most High School seniors, I didn’t have a concrete plan of what I wanted to study or what I wanted to do. I came to SCAD as an undeclared major in hopes that I would find my calling within my freshman year, and I did..kind of. I declared industrial design, and for three years I worked endlessly on designs and products, it made me feel so accomplished every time our design went from a 2D sketch to a 3D object. Industrial Design taught me how to effectively work in a group, how to work under stress, and the importance of time management. Industrial Design gave me everything but a hobby. At the end of my junior year I stumbled upon accessory design as an elective, and immediately fell in love. I learned how to create bags, and knew this was going to be my thing. I enrolled in another class, and by the time my senior year started I decided to make accessory design a minor. I excelled in all accessory design classes, and my bags went on display several times in the fashion building. I had finally found something that I have fun doing. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy industrial design and without industrial design, I probably wouldn’t have had the foundation to excel in accessory design. However, accessory design is something I genuinely enjoy doing as a hobby. Accessory design has given me the hobby I never had. Coupled with industrial design and accessory design I now have the knowledge, the education, and the passion to join an established team of designers who want to make a statement with their designs.
Graduate of SCAD with honors (May 2017), living in Amman, Jordan and of course designing bags for fun.
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