Hi, my name is Sloan Baker and I’m a student from Atlanta, Georgia. 
I’m currently in the Tulane School of Architecture studying design and applied arts and art history. My initial curiosity for design began at an early age, and I quickly turned that curiosity into a passion. I began teaching myself the Adobe platforms, and created logos that I translated onto clothing as a passion project during quarantine. When I realized the more I practiced the better I got - I began designing social media assets and graphics for companies and my sorority chapter.
 I’m open to all kinds of design work, although I am always drawn to projects that allow me to be creative and bold. I love translating creative concepts into designs to establish big ideas and identities. I’ve always admired companies and individuals that can take a simple idea and expand it in order to create something that draws an audience and a following back time after time. 
After taking several comprehensive design studios at Tulane and focusing on graphic design at the Danish Institute of Scandinavia Copenhagen, I’ve learned to appreciate getting my hands dirty and working hard to accomplish a goal no matter how long it takes. My experience in the school of architecture really pushed me to think outside my typical approach to design. I value collaboration and critique, as well as trusting myself and believing in my capabilities as a young designer.
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