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When I was 6, I wanted to be a veterinarian. Or maybe a pilot. At 12, I wanted to teach sign language to chimpanzees. I dreamed of writing best-selling novels, becoming an olympic swimmer, traveling all over the world.

At 17, I took a journey overseas to study at Tel Aviv University in Israel, majoring in anthropology and sociology. Three years later, I took this knowledge out on the road to experiecnce first hand the cultures and exotic lands of the Far East. For 15 months, I backpacked across Japan, Thailand, India, Nepal and Australia, exploring the back roads of Asia. I fell in love with travel, the excitement of discovering what was waiting around the corner, and meeting people from around the world. I was fascinated by what made us different and what was universally the same.

Upon returning to the United States, I found myself longing for my travels and wondering where the future would take me. I moved to San Francisco and, on the suggestion of a friend, enrolled at the San Francisco Academy of Art College to study graphic design. I was hooked from the start. So much of what I loved was rolled up into one - art, photography, business, design, problem solving and communication. I love the many challenges in creating a strong, graphic solution to convey a message, encompassing an idea through color, or expressing a mood through typography. I'd found my passion. I received my Bachelor of Arts degree and dove into the world of graphic design. After several years of working in the field, I have ventured out on my own again to form Galanti Design, doing what I love.

Still, that chimpanzee thing sounds pretty great...



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