Your first impression of Krystle might go something like this: “Does that girl ever talk? What’s going on in that head of hers? Whoa, she’s reeeeally tall. Seriously, she must have played basketball.”
Yet, Krystle has always felt a stronger connection to Monet and Warhol than Jordan and Lebron. In Kindergarten, her teachers noticed a blossoming artistic talent when her Play-Doh sculptures stood out among a sea of deformed blobs.
She has pursued an art-filled life ever since, including graduating from design school, where she was exposed to her creative idol, Bruce Mau. She became fascinated by the way he used graphic design as a platform to inspire positive change in the world, which sparked many of her own passion projects, including a series of honest discussions about fear.
As an introvert, Krystle focuses on creating work that speaks for itself. But those in her inner circle know that she’s really a sassy, sarcastic, Daria-wannabe with a fiery passion to help fellow creatives share their gifts with the world.