Many childhood masterpieces were created among cigar boxes of broken crayons and sugar cookie crumbs, at a little blue table in my grandparents’ dining room. I sat at that table for hours, declaring with certainty that I would one day be an artist.
Many years and many jobs later, I am hardly the Van Gogh I envisioned at that young age; my work as an "artist" has taken on a different form. My blue table is now a MacBook, and my broken crayons are Adobe Illustrator brushes. While planning our wedding a few years ago, and taking on far too many DIY projects than I’d ever recommend, I recognized that I am truly happiest while creating things amidst life's chaos. So, it was decided that finding an outlet to create for a living was a necessity, and Blue Table Design was born in 2015. The name: a nod to a happy childhood, when life was simple, and time flew by among coloring books and piles of construction paper.