When I first started working for Dreame I initially saw it as a way to challenge myself as an illustrator. With each Dreame I was given the challenge of being asked to draw an individuals’ thoughts and dreams and translate these abstract notions into something more tangible in the form of a finished piece of art.
The challenges of those early times remain but there is now a great sense of emotional reward that I get with each new Dreame. Regardless of who or where it comes from, each shares the same sense of joy, sadness and hope for the future that is part of what makes us human. I feel very privileged to have been shown that.