About My name is Sandra. I’m a designer, enthusiast, marketer and adventurer. I am often seen deeply immersed in a project, searching for inspiration and knowledge or working on a new idea. I have always had big ambitions and desire to learn and develop. Not to sound self-centered, but this website is about me (in case you couldn’t guess that from the title “I Am Sandra. FYI.”), so here it goes… For a few years I have studied graphic design, marketing, web development and photography at different levels. This has given me a few degrees within the area (check out my CV if that interests you) and a belief that marketing is somewhere around the core of change in the world. An idea can be great and super cool and absolutely world-changing, but in order to actually change the world, it needs marketing, strategies, a strong brand and people that listen. This is where I strive to be within what I do – changing the world. When going into studies, I chose a programme containing marketing as well as digital and development courses, apart from actual design courses, in order to keep my education highly digital and to build a solid and wide base of knowledge. I graduated with a bachelors degree in Graphic Design and Web Development with Information Technology as my major. This is one of the best things I have done in my life, and it has led me to work within varied jobs all the way from social media and 3D development to pure graphic and digital design. Another thing that qualify as one of the best things I have done in my life, is studying in Melbourne, Australia for an exchange semester. This made me grow more than any work-experience ever could, and left me with what I like to call life experience, rather than just work experience. I faced many challenges and obstacles, both professionally (working in a different country) and personally (living in said country). It’s something that’s given me a different perspective on life and communication, and it’s affected the way I live and think for the rest of my life. In a good way, of course. I’m going to stop talking about myself now.