After graduating into the Great Recession with little professional experience and a lot of student debt, Ry decided to roll the dice instead of living the nightowl’s waking nightmare of a 9-5 gig. He sold his stuff and moved abroad with no contacts, few personal belongings, and much determination. Within a month of arriving in Asia, he was edutaining by day and designing at night.
Over the years he’s learned how enriching and fulfilling cross-cultural immersion can be, and cherishes the privileged opportunity to experience different perspectives while collaborating with a wide spectrum of people on interesting, progressive, and/or altruistic projects.
Living abroad as a self-styled remote freelancer has always felt like the most natural setting to expand his creative repertoire and he’s quite content to continue this journey, endeavoring after new horizons and challenges.
When not solving for X or writing intentionally campy bios in 3rd person because he hates this sort of thing, he’s probably at a park or trying to keep the to-do list from getting longer. He’d love for you to contact him.