All about me!

My name is Ellie Grover! I’m 18 and from Washington, California, and Illinois, depending on what part of my life you’re referring from. I was born in Washington, grew up in Illinois, and then traveled all around the United States before settling down in California for about five years. Just recently, I moved out here with a former partner of mine and now I’m learning how to live life on my own, hundreds of miles away from anyone that I know.

I really love art, as I’m majoring in graphic design. I enjoy creating things and absolutely adore the concept of color. Color theory is one of my absolute favorite things to study and explain to people. I’ve loved graphic design since I was young and didn’t realize that what I was doing was graphic design. Online, I always said that I was making “edits”. I would play around with GIFs and photos and make fun little projects of my favorite celebrities or characters that I roleplayed (yup, I was that kid). It made me so happy! It wasn’t until high school that I took an actual graphic design class and realized just how wide the world of graphic design is and how much of a career opportunity it is. Ever since then, I’ve been learning all I can and pursuing that field!

I have a cat named Figaro. He’s my ESA and he, fun fact, does not have any eyes! I love animals and he obviously is no exception. Before I discovered graphic design, I wanted to be a zookeeper. To this day, I still wouldn’t mind one bit if I were to become one, but math definitely isn’t something I’m good at, so I try to stick to art instead of biology.

Overall, I’d like to just say that I’m a creative person learning the ins and outs of being an adult. Can’t wait to keep learning!

One thought on “All about me!

  1. hughest

    Ellie, Nice post…thanks for sharing all this good information about you. You’ve done a lot of traveling… glad you settled here. Sounds like you’re on the right track with your creative talent. Can’t wait to see what you do! Remember to resize your image, as your photo is too large.

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